Thanks Woodz. . Your recommendation was good enough for me. I decided to check their site out and it was informative and I need to buy some ASAP.
From science...super-refining and modern polymers. We start with #1 Grade Yellow Carnauba, then refine it a second time. This changes the wax's pale yellow color to ivory as the last remaining impurities are removed. The result is Ivory Carnauba, a super-pure wax with unsurpassed clarity. We use only Ivory Carnauba as a foundation for all our waxes. To this base of Ivory Carnauba, we add modern crystalline polymers. These super-hard polymers increase the wax's durability by resisting breakdown from acid rain and ultraviolet light. Month after month, your
vehicle will proudly display its Ivory Carnauba shine!
10.40/ 1.65 60' time on Pirelli Street tires.
Tried Zaino and looking for 1 step ot 2 step things now. I used Meguires (spelling?) and been happy. I'd love to get it done professionally, but they would probably scratch my car like the dealership that did my warranty work-lol. Thus far I used three dealerships for DC warranty work, and two scrathed my car where it needed a panel repainted. Same with tow trucks two for two scratching it, so I do my own work when possible but I am always looking for the nice wax.
On the wax note, for any of you folks that drive yours often, how often do you wax? I wax only 3 times a year myself, so when I wax it isn't fun for me with road crap needing to get waxed off. Mine is inside my garage, but I drive it 7K miles a year since I work @ home.
2007 SRT10. TT, 1117 RWHP on pump. 8.92 @ 151 MPH
2005 Viper, Vert, DLM SE #27/50, 10 Rib Paxton, full build, upgraded innercooler, 950 RWHP on pump in 99 degree heat!
2000 Viper GTS, 10 LB Roe+GG heads/intake+Solid Roller, WM, T&D's, Tom's 40mm
First illegals, then a beheading, now Ebola. Why doesnt obumbo just save time and fly a plane load of ISIS here to begin the slaughter.
It's a trade off usually.
Deepest shine a high quality carnuba wax (like Pinnacle). Easy on, doesn't have to dry can be wiped right off. Downside, doesn't last long. The syntetics have come a long way, almost as good a shine (not quite as deep) but last much longer.
For those that like the results of the PS21, but would like to spend about 1/2 as much.....do what I do and go to a Harley dealer or Harley dealer web-site and buy some S100. It is the exact same wax, but relabeled for the biker guys who wouldn't pay $30+ for PS21
As for the my personal preference, I use NXT as my base protectent and a coat of S100 on top of it. The NXT provides the longer protection and the carnauba-based S100 adds back some of the depth you lose with a synthetic alone.
Lastly, for a detailer...I have tried about 8-10 brands and the best by far I have ever used is "Wizard".
I use Collinite SUPER DOUBLECOAT
Last Step Paste Wax
It's a company that made marine wax back in 1936, what's harder on surfaces than salt water?
They also make automotive wax too. I was tipped off about this company by a professional detailing company...he said no many people know about it except people in the detailing business.
So, I have been using it on all my cars for years and it looks great / holds up to time and elements.
Give it a try, you won't be disappointed just impressed!
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