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Best wax for grey

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by ru4shaw, Jul 17, 2009.

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    i think my car is dolphin grey but im not 100% sure but what would be the best wax for it i have used some red wax think its called victorias collectors wax for my black car but i dont think i can use it on grey im not sure?
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    I too have a Dolphin S3. Use the Jeffs Werkstat Acrylic kit and its very good. Easy to use which is a bonus.
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    What sort of durability do you get out of it though Andy?

    Ive used it in the past on my own cars but never found it lasted very long..
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    does it give it a really nice shine and when it rains the water runs of very easy
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    and im after a good polish i just wanna make the car look very clean i just use to use meguires polish but i want nothing to pricey but atill good results maybe 20 per bottle
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    Werkstat Acrylic system for sure; more example images and instructions on this thread...

    http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/showthread.php?t=73250

    Durability is very good provided you apply several layers of the Acrylic Jett Trigger, and then keep it topped up regularly. It's not really an apply and forget protection system, rather one that requires regular use but that is dead easy to work with. And it looks terrific on Dolphin Grey... :yes:
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