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Old 10-01-2018, 01:28 PM   #1
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Af radiance / cg butter wax / collinite 845 ?

Hi guys,

I´m looking for a new cream wax....Which one you prefer?

Thanks in advance

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Old 10-01-2018, 01:34 PM   #2
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CG butter wax does give good gloss but poor protection
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Old 10-01-2018, 01:42 PM   #3
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I agree with dchapman88. I tend to use CG BWW in the summertime when you can reapply every 2 weeks. I’ve used it over Jetseal 109 to give more gloss and I know there is some protection underneath.
I use 845 as my winter wax as it is fairly durable. I’ve had 845 on my car since last October but I Top it with Sonax BSD after a maintenance wash.
I’ve never tried the other wax.

Edit: Forgot to add my CG BWW is the original version. I think version 2 is out now but I don’t know what the difference is. There is also a Cherry version out as well.

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Old 10-01-2018, 01:57 PM   #4
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I have used butter wet wax and recently Auto Finesse radiance, radiance better shine and beading cannot comment on durability as yet, polished with AF triple first but so far the car looks amazing. Helped my mate do his 3 series with BWW as show on the label with the car still wet, gloss and shine good but durability fairly poor. beading not that good. 2 different products with different application and benefit.
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I like Bilt Hamber's Hydra Wax - durability surprisingly good for this sort of product (~3 months of good beading)
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What about Adams buttery wax, very similar to CG wet butter wax. I think the Adams has slightly better performance.


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I've not used any of the 3 suggestions but I'll throw meguiars ultimate liquid wax into the fire, so so easy to apply and remove and leaves a great finish. Beading doesn't last more than a few weeks but it switches to sheeting well.
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What about Adams buttery wax, very similar to CG wet butter wax. I think the Adams has slightly better performance.


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Forensic Detailing channel did a video review of these two products.
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Old 10-01-2018, 04:07 PM   #9
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845 is now the only wax I own. I'm sure that should speak volumes!
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