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best car wax (Read 1499 times)
Mar 24th, 2009 at 1:42pm

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i have found when dealing with  a laquer paint job a good high quality carnuba wax works best. i was looking and trying a few different waxes and found that for our newer car's (basecoat/clearcoat) paint zaino works very nicely. mequires also does a nice job and shows very little in the way of swirl marks (both our current cars are black) so, what does anyone else out here use?
......................................chris  Smiley
 
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Reply #1 - Mar 24th, 2009 at 3:07pm

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Chris, You have seen the vette and it shines better than new "Agree". My secret is Liquid Glass. Wash without soap, Wipe with a good quality chamois cloth ( One by Castle) Then get the leave blower out and blow dry the car in the tail light area, door handles, and around the windows. Then open the door and do the door inner panels. Once dried then use "Adams detail Spray" . Enjoy the shine and blind all Smiley
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