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#1049983 - 04/15/17 03:21 PM Insulator Wax?  
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David Offline
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Has anyone here tried this stuff? A friend highly recommended this to me.

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#1049990 - 04/15/17 06:57 PM Re: Insulator Wax? [Re: David]  
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If this is the product I haven't. Would this be a type of "clear coat" wax for non clear coat paint?

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#1049998 - 04/16/17 12:00 AM Re: Insulator Wax? [Re: David]  
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I've used the Collinite wax Ritchie Cat linked. Can't say I'm any good at detailing because I find it to be a bore, but when I was younger and attempted to care I used it and it kept the water beading longer than any other off the shelf wax. My car is black and has never been parked in a garage under my ownership. On black cars I find that in the summer you are lucky to get 3 weeks out of just cooks off...Collinite lasted more than a month but not 2.


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