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Thread: Can I overwax?

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    Re: Can I overwax?

    Usually not as much elbow grease required, but yeah.


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    Re: Can I overwax?

    And some synthetic sealants are almost criminally easy to apply. I've been testing out the new Aquawax product from Duragloss - it's very nearly almost childlike in it's simplicity. Spray on from the bottle. Spread around with a MF towel. Wait about three minutes for it to dry. Wipe off with a clean MF towel. No rubbing. No buffing. Excellent shine. Seems to bead like a maniac. Smells good. Is low priced (about 8 bucks for a bottle). It may become my new bestest friend..

    http://www.duragloss.com/product.asp?pid=272

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    Re: Can I overwax?

    Thanks everyone for the replies. And JimHare, Aquawax is EXACTLY what I am looking for. No "rubbing in". Just rubbing off. Thanks.

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