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Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by FazS3, Jan 21, 2010.
As title suggests what wax should be used on white paint?
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I'd go down the Jeffs Werkstat route.. Typically suited for lighter coloured cars (but, can look stunning on dark also..)
Err there's loads! Too much choice! Which ones on there would be recommended? For white and dark coloured cars.
Werkstat Acrylic Prime to set the base (cleaner)
Werkstat JETT Trigger to protect (..multiple layers 30 minutes apart)
Werkstat GLOS for final wipedowns and quickdetails
I have to agree with jimmeh here. I have quite a few products i use, but i keep finding myself going back to werkstat. Its so easy and quick and for the money how can you fault it. Plus with layering up the coats its superb.
If your feeling flush though Raceglaze 55 is a quallity product that will last 6 months easy.
Some explanation and example images offered on this link about why Werkstat Acrylic works so well on white finishes (see sub-section entitled 'Q. What is the best sealant or wax to use on solid white and light metallic/pearlescent colours?')...
What's the car then faz??