Which is everyone's favorite car wax?

DGambit

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I just tried Chemical Guys HydroSlick Hyperwax. It's supposed to be a wax/ceramic hybrid, and so far it's great. I like it because it's safe on everything like plastics and glass. I've been able to just dust the car off and any bird droppings have come off simply and with ease. I waxed the windshield and drove through a monsoon of a thunderstorm and didn't have to use my wipers (I did anyway to be safe) but in the first half mile I could see perfectly fine and it beads the water great. I'm happy with it, idk if it's the greatest but for what I paid it's great.
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Whitt937

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The color changed when I got a new phone. The old phone and google photos added a filter that makes it look white or even a lil blue. I guess i should update the avatar photo so it looks better and we look crazy after the fact..
 

Hockster

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Griot's Garage Best of Show. Solid product and the spray on is great.

 

찌르는 것 GT1

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Okay, which car wax is your favorite? I'd like to see as many brands/names as possible and then we'll put up a poll...
I buy glaze, vibra-cut, carnuba, and ceramic products at Detail King... out of Pittsburgh, PA
 

찌르는 것 GT1

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Recently applied white light from chemical guys. It looks HOT! Plus it so easy to apply and clean after, as it takes 15-20 minutes to cure. Plenty of time to have a sip of beer

Yeah, forgot to mention Chemical Guys too...

I switch between Detail King and Chemical guys , depending on sales/specials.

Great products from both retailers.
 

CeraMike

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Used Meguiar’s Ultimare Liquid Wax for years. Protected fairly well, but was always a bit frustrating to apply. Last time around I switched over to their Hybrid Ceramic Liquid Wax. Application/removal was FAR more pleasant than the ULW, and it beads like crazy. Time will tell on longevity but so far so good.
 

RonNSoCal

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just wanted to show off... this combo worked out REAL well for me.. I also started with adam's iron remover
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I have been using Bead Maker lately as a wax/sealant following a good polishing with Maguires Ultimate compound. So far, the results have been very promising. I have been using it like a detailing spray lately and it keeps both the Stinger and the SL400 looking flawless with very little work. Our Pantera Metal GT2 was feeling gritty from being left out during the mornings at the golf course. I took a damp towel and wiped off the surface followed by a light mist of Bead Maker. After a quick wipe, it looked freshly waxed in a matter of minutes. Best part is it works well on the windows as well as the paint. I understand the product is a polymer sealant, so it bonds well to protect the paint, as well as producing a great shine. I also am a fan of Pinnacle spray wax, which I also use as a detailing spray and to keep the paint wet when using detailing clay to remove surface contaminants.
 
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