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Old 13-03-2018, 09:17 PM   #1
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Old Autoglym HD Wax Consistency

I have a pot of the HD wax that is about 3 years old, its about 1/3rd full and extremely soft. Its almost like spreadable butter type softness. Its been a while since I used it so is that a normal consistency or has it "gone off"? Most threads I can find mention it going hard and cracking rather than soft and buttery!
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Old 13-03-2018, 09:27 PM   #2
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I think that wax had a 12 month use within symbol on the base of the tub? Probably fine to still use, and I’m sure Autoglym will be along to clarify shortly.
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That sounds as if something has gone wrong to me. My pot of a similar age was still really hard. You can see it dry out a little and perhaps crack on the surface, which I suspect is due to the single skinned pot. It still works just fine in that state. Butter soft is definitely not right though.
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I had this happen last year on a very warm day and the wax had got warm - once it had cooled down, was back to normal being hard again - and still fine now
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Thanks chaps. Its in the garage so its not kept in warm conditions etc.
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