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Race Glaze More and more people are turning to Race Glaze, a growing British company, with excellent products continually purchased by existing long standing customers, people referred by them, and others we meet at shows, demonstrations and who trust us because of our reputation in our other automotive businesses. We've been doing this since 1994, so we know our stuff! Our new Signature Series waxes 42 and 55, launched in Spring 2008, followed by Black Label in July 2010 now provide solid ultra-high Carnauba finishing waxes to rival the performance of established premium names such as Swissvax (Swissol) and Zymol at significantly lower prices. We're very confident that they outperform new carnauba wax products from Autoglym, Dodo Juice, Meguiars and Smartwax for instance. Black Label takes this to a new level. Our waxes have received rave reviews from users including some of the most respected professional detailers working in the UK and worldwide.

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Old 19-11-2017, 10:57 PM   #1
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I wanted to ask you what differences, apart from the price, these two premium waxes have.
It was interesting to know what finish offers in dark colors. Other characteristics will be the beading and the sheeting. That's why, although it's difficult, Which is the most interesting and which best finished contest offer between one and the other?

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I'll add what I can on this.

Firstly, both are delightful to use, lovely aromas and that superb jar - the Green Label jar is green throughout, not just the outside.

Not much difference in terms of how they feel or apply, they do feel like there is something left once you have buffed them off, and you can leave them on for a long time before you buff off.

The main difference is going to be on shine and durability. Green Label has a little more Carnauba (73% vs. 66% - can't be many more products out there with more at anywhere near this price) so will give a slightly higher shine and greater durability due to the wax content, but with the additional nano polymers Green Label will outlast Black Label.

As the wax content is similar beading and sheeting will initially be similar too, but over time, assuming the car is not recoated, the extra durability of Green label due to its polymers will maintain that for longer.

To be honest you'll be delighted with either wax, but with Green Label on offer at pretty much the same price as Black Label, thats the ones to snap up.
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[QUOTE=RaceGlazer;5405023]I'll add what I can on this.

Firstly, both are delightful to use, lovely aromas and that superb jar - the Green Label jar is green throughout, not just the outside.

Not much difference in terms of how they feel or apply, they do feel like there is something left once you have buffed them off, and you can leave them on for a long time before you buff off.

The main difference is going to be on shine and durability. Green Label has a little more Carnauba (73% vs. 66% - can't be many more products out there with more at anywhere near this price) so will give a slightly higher shine and greater durability due to the wax content, but with the additional nano polymers Green Label will outlast Black Label.






As the wax content is similar beading and sheeting will initially be similar too, but over time, assuming the car is not recoated, the extra durability of Green label due to its polymers will maintain that for longer.

To be honest you'll be delighted with either wax.

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Thank you for the answer.
I have been very helpful in clarifying the small differences between both waxes.

Now I have it clear that it will buy.👌🏻🧐🙌🏻🙌🏻
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