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    Yay, spring is near. Time to wax.
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    I only wax about once a year. I just don't have the time or patience for waxing so much like some people do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scenicroadways View Post
    I only wax about once a year. I just don't have the time or patience for waxing so much like some people do.
    Time is a huge factor imo. All the accumulated boredom that I get back in my no work no school summer days often led to me waxing/detailing/diy mods/buying mods so that I could do something with my car.

    Now it's like o.O I needz mah sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brockstar View Post
    Yay, spring is near. Time to wax.
    I hear ya, I just got done with a wash, claybar and wax since it's supposed to be done snowing. Took me about 7 hours to finish her up
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    I spent 6 hours the other day doing a 3 stage waxing. Meguiars step 1 and 2, and Mother's FX wax. Turned out very well, although having never used a clay bar, I'm not sure how it compares.

    I typically used Meguiars Tech wax, but prefer the Mother's FX now (a synthetic wax as well). Much easier to wipe off; always felt like I was chasing a greasy spot with the Tech wax.

    I do a normal wash/wax twice a year on both my vehicles, spring and fall. Will do the 3 stage each spring from now on.
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    Im a auto detailer, i hand wash and wax my car every other week
    Every time it gets really nice i always have to do clients cars
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    I tried the Zaino one step and I will nevr go back to using anything else.

    It goes on so easy and leave a great protective shine.

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    I tried Griots best of show wax this time it's really good and works better with the Griots carnuba.
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