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Re: Quick Spray on Wax

Originally Posted by jamesmeg View Post
Been looking for a section on this site about detailing and couldnt find anything so i am posting in here related to bodywork.

I have serious issues with tar and industrial fallout orange spots sticking on my car. I fully clayed the car which took ages, then i waxed the car with collinite 476 which for a few weeks helped prevent the spots from sticking, when i washed the car the spots just easily came off and weren't stuck on to the paintwork, but after a few weeks i think the wax protection starts to degrade and the spots start to stick on hard again. so i'm wondering, since waxing with collinite 476 isnt really a straight forward task and i dont think i can do that weekly with my washes, is there any simple to use, very good spray on wax of some kind? that you could simply spray on and wipe off just like a quick detailer? Idea is to apply something like this during my weekly/bi-weekly washes to prevent these spots sticking


as a keen detailer ( on another forum ) the 476 is a very good wax , and find it hard to take off after just a few washes ?

claying is good , then say 2 light coats off the 476 , with about 20 mins between them ,should be making your paintwork bulletproof , i can still have the 476 on a car even after 4-6 months , with just a wash ever other week .( washed and dried , thats it )
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