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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-09-2013, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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Black Paint What are the waxes to use these day's?

Hi, just wondering what everyone is using on there Black Car's these day's, What is holding up to the elements, Whats easy to put on and take off, What really makes the paint shine and look deep and wet? Thanks

P.S This is more for my Car's then bikes.

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-09-2013, 03:53 PM
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I am a massive fan of Zaino. Check it out, online only. We do the cages once per year and have little issue getting bugs off.

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I use Klasse twin with 3 layers of KSG than top it with collinate 915 to naturalize the sharpness of the color and maintain it with optimum OCW

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This is all you need! It's the most amazing wax I've ever seen and its cheap(price wise) when you compared to the actual results! I leased a Black Kia Soul about a year ago...I don't even OWN the vehicle but I wax it once a month or so in the winter and about once every month in a half that goes by in the summer. This stuff is so amazing that once you give it a thick heavy coat of wax...all you pretty much have to do at that point is just run your car through the automated(touchless)car wash, run really slow through the drying part and all the water nearly runs off without much water spotting. this wax actually repels dust and whatnot if you give it a thick enough coat of wax. It's amazing stuff but that's just my recommendation.

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JUST DO NOT GET IT ON ANY NON CLEAR COATED PLASTIC( mirrors, doorhandles possibly bumpers moldings etc.)or IT WILL STAIN THE PLASTIC WHITE!
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I've heared Meguiar's have got good waxing products.
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