Wax removal question

Discussion in 'Color is everything!' started by eagleguy, May 17, 2020.

  1. eagleguy

    eagleguy 1971 Skylark Custom

    I use a wax called Finish Kare 1000 here in Florida for my vehicles stored outside. So far I have found it to be the longest lasting and best wax for my needs. My question is this. After applying a thin coat it seems the wax is not friendly to being mechanically removed as it loads up the cotton bonnets I use. It does come off by hand using a microfiber towel that is turned often but obviously this is tedious work. Any ideas as to getting the product off easier ?
  2. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

  3. 12lives

    12lives Gravity is matter warping space-time - Einstein

    I don't think he wants to strip the wax off but get the residue off when applying the wax.

    How does the manufacture say to do it?
  4. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    Yep read it wrong,..Turtle wax ICE,..it will clean the residue without affecting the WAX,..Waxing a car isn't really the best thing to do imo,..
  5. 12lives

    12lives Gravity is matter warping space-time - Einstein

    Yeah, I've heard from many painters that a clean car is better than a waxed car! That's hard to do with a driver though.
  6. Smartin

    Smartin antiqueautomotiveservice.com Staff Member

    Just imagine a ceramic coated one :D:mad:
  7. hugger

    hugger Well-Known Member

    That crap pisses me off,..Collision guy nightmare

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