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Old 08-06-2018, 11:17 AM   #1
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Chemical guys butter wet wax

I’m quite tempted by this wax but after a bit more durability

Is there anything I can put on top to give a an extra layer to increase the durability of it??
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Collinite Insulator Wax? (845 I think)

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That's the wrong way round.

Anything you put on top of butter wet wax will only last as long as the butter wet wax underneath it.

You want the more durable coating on first.
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That's the wrong way round.



Anything you put on top of butter wet wax will only last as long as the butter wet wax underneath it.



You want the more durable coating on first.


What would you suggest??
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Old 08-06-2018, 12:05 PM   #5
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The Adams buttery wax will last slightly longer. Is great to use and smells great


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Old 08-06-2018, 12:25 PM   #6
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Chemical guys butter wet wax

It’s easy to use, deep and glossy but because you’re asking about durability I’d give both the ‘butter’ waxes a miss personally.

Glossy and quick yes, durable not so if that’s what you need maybe choose something else.


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Old 08-06-2018, 12:28 PM   #7
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Have you tried DSW? Or G3 super gloss paste wax?


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It’s easy to use, deep and glossy but because you’re asking about durability I’d give the both the ‘butter’ waxes a miss personally.

Glossy and quick yes, durable no so if that’s what you need maybe choose something else.


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It’s the gloss im after,just didn’t know if I could put a sealant over it or something like auto finesse aqua coat
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Have you tried DSW? Or G3 super gloss paste wax?


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I have dsw at the moment and love it,just after a deeper wet look to really make it shine

I find dsw great,lasts long,beads great but after something different to try
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Fusso is meant to be quite good for that, not tried it myself but seems to be a favorite among a few on here.
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