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    recently picked up some Mothers wax that i want to try out, forget what kind but in the tin can, im used to using liquid wax so i know this is going to take alottt longer
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    Glad it was of help to you man!
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    When using a standard wax, look at the collinite line. I love their 915, but that's just a personal preference. Also keep in mind to get a very gentle car shampoo. Two very good ones you can pick up at a lot of local places are Duragloss' shampoo and at Advance auto they sell the Griots. They are pricey, BUT you need much less to get the job done. You want a PH neutral shampoo to get the most life out of your wax.

    Also consider picking up some Finish Kare FK1000. It's a higher heat paste sealant, goes on and off easy and is good to 215 degrees.
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