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    VXR Nothing comes close VXRRy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nurburgring 223 View Post
    Nice to know, so any difference in using a wax at £15 or £100, do they still do the exact same job?
    The snobs on Detailing world might tell you differently but to the untrained eye yep there's not gonna be much difference

    Personally I think the Best Buy for wax you can get is Collinite 476 which is dirt cheap and lasts for yonks but this Fusso stuff that people have started using looks great and isn't much more. I'll be trying that next


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nurburgring 223 View Post
    Nice to know, so any difference in using a wax at £15 or £100, do they still do the exact same job?
    It's generally just down to the ingredients used mate. The more expensive the wax, generally the more expensive natural source the ingredients came from such as the carnauba etc. But it's generally the synthetic (man made) ingredients which give waxes their durability and resilience.
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    I'm currently using chemical guys butter liquid wax but it's not very durable and only lasts around 2 months if you're lucky, but with summer on the way it's not as much of an issue as it would be in the winter months.
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