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RE: I walk into Pep boys, Autozone, O'reilley, Walmart, which car wax do I walk out with?

I've used a lot of car waxes with varying results. The suggestion to clean the paint surface before waxing is a sound idea. There are some "claying" gloves and a few sponges by Nanoskin that actually clean like clay but can be washed if dropped on the ground. Regular clay needs to be replaced if it hits the dirt. Check Amazon for brief description.

While I use Nufinish on my plastic bumpers, I use Klasse all-in-one on the body of my Accord. It seems to be expensive but the overwhelming number of users swear by it rather than at it. You should be able to do a mid-size car with just about an ounce or so if you follow instructions. Another plus is that you wipe it right off without any curing time. I also use the Klasse Sealant Glaze as a second step to finish the job. I prefer to do my car correctly once a year rather than every spring and autumn. Check out Amazon or the car detailing supply sites such as Autogeek for more information.

If you feel the need to be obsessive, add Chemical Guys' V7 spray sealant and detailer to your list of chemicals. It's a the best quick detail spray that I've ever spent money on.



Edits: 06/11/17

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