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How to Quick Wax Your Car

303 Quick Wax - From 303 ProductsThere’s nothing better than a high-quality cleaning and waxing to make your car stand out from the crowd, but it can be hard to find the time for a traditional wax. With specially designed carnauba quick wax products such as 303® Automotive Quick Wax, waxing your car is quicker and easier than ever before. Just a few minutes’ work can restore that showroom finish without the need for a time-consuming wash and wax. To keep your car looking great, simply follow the instructions below.

 

Before You Start

The key to a successful quick wax is preparation. Before you begin applying the product, you should ensure that the surfaces you’ll be waxing are dry, cool to the touch and not excessively dirty. While some quick wax products are designed to clean lightly soiled surfaces, any heavy buildup of dirt and grime should be washed off with a car wash shampoo to prevent scratching and damage to your clear coat. If you need to wash your car, ensure that it’s dried completely before beginning your quick wax.

 

 

Application of Quick Wax

Working in a shaded area away from direct sunlight, apply the quick wax in an even mist starting with the roof of your vehicle and working your way down. After you’ve misted a section of your car, use a folded 100 percent cotton terry or microfiber towel to spread the wax evenly and completely. Repeat this process until you’ve covered the entire car. Keep in mind that carnauba-based quick waxes work equally well on stainless steel, plastic, aluminum, chrome and other non-porous surfaces, so there’s no need to stick strictly to your paint job.

 

Finish

After you’ve applied quick wax, allow it to dry and form a hazy film over the surface of your vehicle. Using a second clean, folded cotton terry or microfiber towel, gently buff each surface until the film is removed. Begin with the roof and follow the pattern in which you applied the wax, working from top to bottom in small circular movements. For added effectiveness, consider using a microfiber polishing cloth designed specifically for waxing and polishing. Once you’re finished, the spray wax can be quickly re-applied any time your car’s finish is in need of a refreshing.

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