I respectfully disagree with your comments about claying and the PC.First you may not have put the swirl maker in the paint it my be just that you did not get all the wax off. Try washing and with a micro fiber towel dry (Cheap at Sam’s club or Costco).
Second do not clay bar. If you had trouble with just the wax then that would be a nightmare.
Third don’t use a PC they can cause more harm then help if you use the wrong products. If you are a novice just let the detail shop do the polishing until you get mare confrtable.
If you want some help go to a local detailer and let him fix it and then ask fore a fast how to with demo on how to properly wax your car.
This coming from a guy who runs is own detail shop.
If you would like more Info just ask and you shall receive.
From the report...I read in consumer reports that the number one wax (according to their tests is Black Magic. It i sa little hard to put on but it is supposed to last longer and prevent swirling. I am gonna try it. It beat maguires and the other expensive waxes. Its about 6 bucks.
OTC, I haven't come across a store that sells clay bars individually. Online there are many sites that do.Does anyone where to get the clay? I bought a clay bar last time and I got a lot of lubricant left so I don't feel like buying the whole package again...
Does anyone where to get the clay? I bought a clay bar last time and I got a lot of lubricant left so I don't feel like buying the whole package again...
From the report...
"Even the top-rated Black Magic Liquid Wet Shine Liquid Wax (BM48016) required an extra bit of buffing to eliminate any streaking. And CR’s other best all-around choice, the Turtle Wax Carnauba Car Wax T-6, can cause slight scratching or hazing on newer dark-colored finishes."
Kind of scary that their top two picks were difficult to apply/remove and one actually caused marring and hazing.
Really, a wax should not be difficult to put on and should NEVER cause marring. There's no excuse for that when there are waxes that apply easily, remove easily, look great and last a decent amount of time. You may want to give this a read beforehand...
Point taken. So what do you recommend?
My Son ordered some products for me and my MS6 from the following link: lotsa product and good information also.
For christmas I got some of Wolfgangs Concours-series products, with the Pinnacle Souveran paste wax. Anyone ever use these products? comments ? suggestions?[/b]