Waxing is not so difficult as long as the car was washed properly. Choose a wax which is compatible with your car paint color.
|Descriptions||Paint Color||Paint Types|
|Dark & Metallic||Dark colored cars such as black, red, green, blue, etc.||Pearl / Metallic / Solid|
|Silver Metallic||Light colored cars such as silver, etc.||Pearl / Metallic|
|Pearl White||Pearl white||Pearl / Metallic|
|White & Silver||Light colored cars such as white, silver, etc.||Pearl / Metallic / Solid|
|Any Color||White (except pearl white) / Beige||All Types|
We use a solid and water repellent type wax, Water Block Wax.
It's a good idea to use a slightly wet sponge which was wrung tightly; it allows you to apply wax easily and smoothly. To get the right amount, the sponge should be wiped around on the wax once or twice until the sponge surface is slightly white. Although too much wax doesn't damage the paint, it takes more time to dry and more effort to wipe it off afterward.
Opening the inner cap aggressively with hands may cause damage to fingers and nails. We recommend you open it as shown in these pictures.
It is best if the final pass is in the direction the car travels. In order to leave no uncoated areas, work on sections of approximately 2.7 square feet (50cm x 50cm) at a time.
Do not wipe off before the surface gets dry.
Dry for 5-10 minutes during the summer and for 15-20 minutes during the winter.
As the surface becomes white, you can wipe off smoothly.
The Great Wax Effect!