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Old 31-05-2017, 11:04 AM   #1
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ValetPRO Mad Wax Demo

This is an exceptionally good low cost wax. 250ml for £14.99.

The video below gives you a basic demo.


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I found it to be easy to apply but if left for more than a minute hard to buff off so I changed to on/ straight off procedure and it worked fine. It added a lot gloss and is still going strong after 7 weeks.


For the price its a good wax with hi shine, great water behaviour and decent beads.
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These are great photos thanks for sharing. You should find that if the wax is thinly applied its easy to buff up. I have only had buffing issues when over applied. However it does seem your system works for you and the results are great. Thank you for sharing your photos



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I found it to be easy to apply but if left for more than a minute hard to buff off so I changed to on/ straight off procedure and it worked fine. It added a lot gloss and is still going strong after 7 weeks.

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For the price its a good wax with hi shine, great water behaviour and decent beads.
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Old 31-05-2017, 03:40 PM   #4
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Further to what A&J says, for the price of this wax, it's performace is really excellent. Good beading, hi shine/wet look, really brings out the paint.

I found it while easy worked with when applied really thinly.
Handy product to have
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Further to what A&J says, for the price of this wax, it's performace is really excellent. Good beading, hi shine/wet look, really brings out the paint.

I found it while easy worked with when applied really thinly.
Handy product to have
Colli 845 is similarly priced - if you've experience of both, how would you say they compare?
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Colli 845 is similarly priced - if you've experience of both, how would you say they compare?
I've never tried 845 so really don't know. I will say that mad wax is a real good option for it's price. Suppose main difference without having tried them is that 845 is a liquid, while MadWax is a really soft wax.
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Ironicaly I had 845 aplied on that Clio...Its very easy to use and lasts about 3 months but it didnt give me that wow look. IMO madwax gave me better shine ...but it is harder to buff off...I actually had to apply it to a 40x40cm of an area and buff off straight away, because if I left it on it would harden too much. 845 on the other hand is child proof in terms of ease of use.
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