MT300 Dual Action Polisher, which is made from 100% natural ingredients, provides maximum protection against water and will not stain non-painted trims. The product has been tested in the harshest conditions including extreme temperatures and high humidity. It can be applied by hand or with a dual action variable speed polisher. Notably, Meguiar’s Ultimate Liquid Wax contains no harmful chemicals and is environmentally friendly. It also reduces carbon dioxide emissions. This makes it safer for cars.
MT300 Dual Action Polisher, which is made from 100% natural ingredients, has been developed to provide maximum protection against water. The wax can be applied by hand or with a dual action variable speed polisher. It’s also hypoallergenic and non-toxic. Notably, Meguiar claims that it uses less than 1% water in its formulation. The product was first introduced in the UK in 2014. It is available in three colours: black, white, pink, orange, red and green.
CARFIDANTCARE PRODUCTS Ultimate Liquid Wax is a specially blended synthetic polymer that provides an incredible deep shine and long-lasting UV protection. The formula has been developed using the latest nano-polymers, which are made in India. It’s safe for use on all cars including those with low friction surfaces. Not only does it provide superior shine, but it also helps to prevent water damage. Our products are certified by the National Institute of Standards (NIST). They have been approved by the NIST.
Waxing is still one of the most common ways to protect car paintwork nowadays. There are many reasons for this, first of all the relatively low price, the ease of application and above all the resulting properties.
Wax preserves the car’s paintwork, protects it from the weather and UV rays, synthetic waxes also protect it from high temperatures and chemicals.
Waxes also strongly repel water and dirt, facilitate washing and general maintenance of the vehicle and, most importantly for many, give the paintwork a high gloss, which, especially with natural waxes, has considerable depth.
Solid waxes are the most common type of wax. These come in the form of a solid paste that is applied by hand to the car’s paintwork using an applicator.
Once the wax dries on the paintwork after a few minutes, it is spread with a microfiber cloth. However, the most important thing when applying hard waxes is the preparation of the paintwork before the waxing process. This is essential for the wax to work properly and for the length of time it will protect your car’s paint.
The paintwork must be washed, chemically and mechanically decontaminated and polished before application.
The advantage of liquid waxes in particular is that they are very easy and quick to apply and polish. Liquid waxes are suitable for those who have no experience with waxing and prefer speed of application. In most cases, it is sufficient to thoroughly wash or decontaminate the car before application.
The protection time of liquid waxes usually ranges from two to three months, with waxes containing synthetic polymers it can be considerably longer.
There are two types of waxes, namely natural and synthetic waxes. Somewhere in between these two main types of wax are hybrid waxes, which take certain characteristics from each.
Each of these types of wax has its own advantages, disadvantages and typical properties. The biggest difference is in durability and protection time. This is usually three months on average for natural carnauba waxes, while you can easily get up to seven months or more with synthetic ones.
Synthetic waxes are also resistant to extreme temperatures and chemicals, so they are much more suitable for long winter periods, for example.
But where natural waxes clearly lead is in gloss. You will probably never achieve such a high and especially deep shine with synthetics. Hybrid waxes are made up of both natural and synthetic substances and have a high durability thanks to the polymers they contain; they last around 6 months. Compared to purely synthetic waxes, quality hybrid waxes offer the aforementioned deep shine, which depends on the amount and quality of carnauba added.
So if you are looking for a wax that is very durable and at the same time provides a deep shine, like carnauba waxes, hybrid wax could be the solution.
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