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Old 03-18-2014, 02:23 PM
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I love Swizvax products!!!

Even the "cheaper" line from them is just amazing.

However I have expensive waxes from them as well but I'm more than cheap with using them.
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wow thats good stuff... $700.00 ?
NO this one is 200, they do have one called Divine for 3500$ and Crystal rock for 1500$
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I prefer using a polymer sealant as an LSP (power lock and sonax polymer net shield are my favorites currently) because many traditional paste waxes might not have the 6 month durability of a sealant.

After the 24 hour cure of my sealant I usually follow up with a coat of wax on top for added depth to the shine, Collinite 845 or Adams Americana paste wax are my current favorites for topper waxes.

If you're getting major coin for the detail and already have the Swissvax product that's great, but I'd be sure to charge the customer accordingly for using a $200 LSP as opposed to Sonax Net Shield which is $27
Yeah im with you on that, definitley for a daily driver like my X5 ill use the Powerlock or something. ON the 930 however i dont take it out every day, not in rain either.

It just feels much more Authentic and lovable to use this on it, kinda hard to explain.

SO authentic that the Swissvax sleeps on the table beside my bed instead of in the detailing bins in the garage

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I love Swizvax products!!!

Even the "cheaper" line from them is just amazing.

However I have expensive waxes from them as well but I'm more than cheap with using them.
Which ones do you have? Ive actually heard that the Mystery (possibly mirage) i think was actually better than the Crystal Rock.
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Swissvax USA: Waxes

ALso so far of what i know is Swissvax is one of the only ones who makes a wax for the "frozen" paint finishes called Opaque
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A lot of silicone will do that Slick.

It's an old trick but why put an oily silicone finish on your car? For touchups and spritzing wipe downs I have a dedicated QD/Detail Spray that works amazing and makes the paint look freshly glossed, I just don't have the heart to put down a product that I use for dusting my coffee table on my paint.
Oh, I didn't say I do it. I am too busy to detail my car. I just take it somewhere and pay money. I used to like doing it, but a good job takes all day, and you always need to have a proper supply of stuff. I gave up on it a while ago.

I know about the pledge, because I have a friend with really expensive old Porsches, and that is exactly what he does. Swears by it. And I have seen it first hand to say that it looks great. Not sure how good for the car it is, but I makes his RUF look like it just rolled out the paint booth.
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