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Old 11-22-2004, 10:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, someone ever tried the BMW wax I saw at dealership last week? It looked like a bottle with cream wax in it (not paste) ?
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Hi, someone ever tried the BMW wax I saw at dealership last week?* It looked like a bottle with cream wax in it (not paste) ?
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Its a relabeled product called Sonax. Just a carnauba wax....Expect no more than 4-5 weeks with it on your daily driver....Actually if its pourable, expect about 1/2 of that due to solvent carrier content.
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Thanks! I will not buy this wax

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Personally I like the BMW wax. I use it on all my cars. You are right that it may not last as long as some others, but the shine really is very good and it is easy to remove. I would give it a try.
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if you want wax that lasts, you need to buy a sealant type wax. Klasse Sealant glaze is the best of the best. they actualy sell those at my local bmw stealership, so they might have it at yours? if you want a wax that looks good and easy to apply, use the pure carnauba.

the sealant glaze, as some say, does not provide a "deep" and "wet" look as well as a pure carnauba wax. so you can make a choice of what you want.


another alternative is to first use sealant and then after a week. apply carnauba (of course wash the car first).
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