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Old 11-12-2017, 04:32 PM   #1
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Car pro eraser

Has any one used car pro eraser to strip off wax and Polish , if so is it any good or what other products are their . Cheers
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Old 11-12-2017, 04:45 PM   #2
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It certainly doesn't strip wax. It's best used for removing polish residue after machine polishing.
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It certainly doesn't strip wax. It's best used for removing polish residue after machine polishing.
Its an expensive and quite strong IPA type solvent so yes it will have some impact on your wax, in most cases, it will strip it, I've also heard stories about this stuff making paint go soft, albeit on a jap!

Not something id use, just a standard IPA mix should be fine and cheaper!

If your looking to remove your wax you could try G3 body prep but I find a pre-wash with a strong APC solution in a foam lance then a wash with body prep works better
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IPA won't take off wax. It just won't. Polishing oils, yes. If you want to take wax with a spray on, wipe off product, you need a "proper" bodyshop-style naptha based panel wipe.

Depending what you're doing next and the condition of the paint, a light hand polish or paint cleaner is a useful thing to have in the kitbag for this sort of use.
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Well I put some fuss 99 on in December so lm looking to try some Autoglym HD wax next year easter time , so I think I'll not bother with the sealent remover and just use srp then the HD wax . Any comments on this would be appreciated cheers guys .
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In that light it seems that a panel with a mish mash of left over wax polymers and spray sealant residues is an accurate real world test bed!
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