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Easy to use Wax recommendation

leedodds1 Aug 4, 2020

  1. leedodds1

    leedodds1 Registered User

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    Hey all,

    I'm looking for a wax up to £40 which is fairly easy to use. I've used some in the past that take a lot of effort to remove when drying.

    Any recommendations or tips welcome.

    Thanks
     
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  3. Adam14

    Adam14 Registered User

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    Can't fault Autoglym UHD really easy to apply and buff off. Not used many mind, but the above has given me good results so haven't looked elsewhere

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  4. Audi McAudiface

    Audi McAudiface Registered User

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    I used ‘supergloss’ from infinity wax! Goes on easy and comes off easy! They have videos on YouTube of all the stuff


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  5. jassyo06

    jassyo06 T-Cut King !

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    Autoglym UHD wax lovely to apply and even better to remove.....cant fault for the price
     
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  6. leedodds1

    leedodds1 Registered User

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    That's guys
     
  7. Nickyc

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    Not used many waxes except for Zymol, which are all easy to remove and leave a great finish, but they unfortunately are out your budget even for the entry level one. Have you considered Finish Kare Pink wax ? (Less than £20 ), in a massive tin that will last you forever and its really easy to use (as long as you follow the instructions) and it leaves a really great finish in my opinion.
    I have moved away from waxes now that Im older, I used to enjoy it when I was younger, but now I find it more of a pain. I solely use spray on sealants now, as they are just easier and deliver a better end result for me. My current one Im playing with is WOWOs crystal sealant, which now that i have tried it, I really rate it, its supposed to last a long time too, but I have not had it on long enough to verify it myself, it definitely makes the paint pop more than anything else I have tried. One thing I have noticed though and it may just be a coincidence, but the car is staying noticeably cleaner. Whether thats the Crystal Sealant or not is another question. I want to try Garage Therapy Sigma next as heard good things about that too, then ceramic coatings, then... It never ends lol
     
  8. Taxboy

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    Check out detailed online surreal. There are one or two reviews on YouTube if you want to have a look around

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    Poorboys natty blue
     
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  10. JohnM100

    JohnM100 Registered User Gold Supporter VCDS Map User

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    Collinite. Lasts for ages. Just don’t lay it on thick.
     
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  11. jamiewatkins2004

    jamiewatkins2004 Registered User

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    I've used this today for the first time and its so easy to use. A little really does go a long way.


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  13. leedodds1

    leedodds1 Registered User

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    Thanks everyone for your recommendations. In the end I went for the Autoglym HD wax, so far so good. Easy to use and gives the paint a great shine!

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  14. jamiewatkins2004

    jamiewatkins2004 Registered User

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    Wow, looks amazing

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