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Wax Planet Wax Planet is one of the UK's leading luxury car wax retailers, specialising in contemporary car wax, wheel wax and accessories. The founder of Wax Planet, opened his first online shop in March 2015 to enhance new business for his employer. He nurtured the concept of quality customer service and innovative deals alongside quality car care products, introducing Wax Planet a line of true luxury car wax for the very first time to the UK. With a portfolio of products for detailing, detailers, valeters, and home users. Wax Planet will grow rapidly with resellers stores opening online every month. Wax Planet continuously strives for excellence, sourcing key pieces from the world’s most iconic raws materials suppliers.

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Old 27-03-2018, 06:53 PM   #71
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Got in quick enough this time �� looking forward to trying this.
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Old 30-03-2018, 09:32 PM   #72
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Any updates on this, seems to have gone quiet.
Got a 200ml pot coming, so looking forward to trying it.
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Any updates on this, seems to have gone quiet.
Got a 200ml pot coming, so looking forward to trying it.


Trust me u will love this . My cars paint was absolutely poping after useing this .


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Thanks that's good to know. Looking forward to see how to stacks up against fuso99 kog.

Good job you said popping
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Fusso will last longer but it works well with fusso.
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Like butter but how do you buff it off??

Got some simple wax armour which goes in like butter but how the hell do you buff it off without hazing?

Put it on gf's car, dark grey metallic and have tried buffing off straight away, letting it cure for 5 mins, have tried microfibre (short and long pile), polishing cloths but still have the long oily haze twisters!

It's a sunny day and quite hot, any suggestions.

Have waxed half the car and stopped!
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Old 06-05-2018, 05:55 PM   #78
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Got some simple wax armour which goes in like butter but how the hell do you buff it off without hazing?



Put it on gf's car, dark grey metallic and have tried buffing off straight away, letting it cure for 5 mins, have tried microfibre (short and long pile), polishing cloths but still have the long oily haze twisters!



It's a sunny day and quite hot, any suggestions.



Have waxed half the car and stopped!

Not got / used it, but I’d recommend waiting til later on when it’s cooled down, try buffing off again and see if this solves your issues ...
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Got some simple wax armour which goes in like butter but how the hell do you buff it off without hazing?

Put it on gf's car, dark grey metallic and have tried buffing off straight away, letting it cure for 5 mins, have tried microfibre (short and long pile), polishing cloths but still have the long oily haze twisters!

It's a sunny day and quite hot, any suggestions.

Have waxed half the car and stopped!

I’m sure we spoke on Facebook.
Problem your having is under curing, it’s too hot at the minute so your best option is wax 1-2 panels.. do a finger swipe test.
If thevwax feels wet then it’s mot ready to be removed
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