Do a proper claying followed by a sealant and wax, and you can sit back and relax and just wash the cars periodically for the next 9 months. I know it sounds like a ton of work, but the payoff is quite rewarding. Give it a shot on that miata. You'll be thrilled with the results when you're done and run your hand across the super smooth surface and think that you wont have to wax it again for another 6-12 months.After reading this thread I know I don't take the time to wash, clay, wash, seal, wax or however many sets that is. I just wash, dry throughly (no water marks), clean with pre cleaner or detailer spray, and wax. My cars that are as old as 16 years old now, look damn good still. Most people don't believe me my miata is a 95. Looks brand new. I wash them inside and out weekly if they need it or not. I also, wax them accordingly. Usually every 3 months. I use detailer spray in between waxes just to keep things extra protected.
To some extent, yes. Some are better than others, but ultimately, everyone has their own preference/favorite. I, personally, love the durability of Collinite Liquid Insulator Wax.wax is wax imo, they all make your car shine.
that what i use a sealant. left it on for a full day, then wax. very slippery..A coat of a top notch sealant, 24 hours to cure, and then a coat (or 3) of a top-notch wax will give you a year's worth of protection, outstanding shine, etc.
It'll take 8 hours to do - but once a year.
I used it on a few black cars. The end result looks good but dont last long at all and it takes all day to do one car. I had awesome results with meguiars ultimate. Which is about the same price. Beads awesome and takes about 30 mins for an entire car.Just curious if anyone has tried this or what they think of it. And I confused as to weither it comes comes with everything I need to truely give my car a good wax.
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