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Is this ganna **** up my paint? - its the stock black (2017)
Also can i use this like 2 or 3 days after a wash when my car might have a little pollen or something over it.
 

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I've only used traditional wax. I personally wouldn't use any wax unless it's right after a wash

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I use this stuff Waterless Wash, that says it includes a Carnuba wax finish, between washes. I like the results and I don't see any visual cues that it's messing up the paint. Pretty cheap and easy to use
 

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Is this ganna **** up my paint? - its the stock black (2017)
Also can i use this like 2 or 3 days after a wash when my car might have a little pollen or something over it.
Please keep things PG-13 thanks.
 

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Spray detailer is fine, just make sure you use new/clean microfiber cloths.
 

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I use quick wax. I think it's great to use every week or other week in between real wax jobs.
 

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I usually real wax my car every couple months but in between after every wash I hit it with the spray wax


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I prefer to use an actual wax for the car. However, I will spot clean area's on the car with spray wax in between hand waxes. I wouldn't replace an actual good hand wax job with just a spray on detailer though.
 

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Is this ganna **** up my paint? - its the stock black (2017)
Also can i use this like 2 or 3 days after a wash when my car might have a little pollen or something over it.
I use a meguiars ultimate liquid quick wax. It works wonderfully and looks great. It last for weeks and takes half the time to put it on.
Highly recommended


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There are two different products being talked about here:
Spray Wax and Quick Detailer

Quick detailer is mean to be used on a "slightly" dirty car. Pollen, dust, etc. The quick detailer encapsulates the dirt and is lubricated enough to provide a cushion between the particle and the paint, thus allowing is to be wiped off without marring any paint, leaving a slick surface behind.

Spray Wax should ONLY be used on a clean car. It is used as a booster in between waxes. It does NOT provide the super slick surface necessary to remove light dust without scratching.

In short, if you meant quick detailer and the car is lightly dusty/pollenated, then use, you're fine. If you actually meant an actual spray wax, as in the maintenance product between real waxes/sealants, then NO. Do not use on a dirty car.
 
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