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Old 14-06-2018, 05:11 PM   #11
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I tried leaving the Wax to cure for 1 minute before removal. It still hazed. QD does get rid of it, but the haze returns. On initial buffing, there is no haze. It's a delayed reaction. If it's sweating, I wonder why I've never seen this with any other Carnuba based Wax?
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I tried leaving the Wax to cure for 1 minute before removal. It still hazed. QD does get rid of it, but the haze returns. On initial buffing, there is no haze. It's a delayed reaction. If it's sweating, I wonder why I've never seen this with any other Carnuba based Wax?
Only ever occurs in certain temperatures/humidity. Its not something which would occur all the time.

The delayed reaction is almost certainly sweating.

There is a chance something is under the paint which is not evaporating well either
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Only ever occurs in certain temperatures/humidity. Its not something which would occur all the time.

The delayed reaction is almost certainly sweating.

There is a chance something is under the paint which is not evaporating well either
That's why I let the paint breath a few days before applying.

A few days after washing the car, the haze slowly went away. All seems to be well at the moment.

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