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    Re: Product suggestion: Carnauba spray wax

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    Re: Product suggestion: Carnauba spray wax

    Just curious, how come you are not so much a fan of NXT Car Wash?

    Was the cleaning power harsh on your LSP?
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    Re: Product suggestion: Carnauba spray wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck91 View Post
    Just curious, how come you are not so much a fan of NXT Car Wash?

    Was the cleaning power harsh on your LSP?
    Just didn't care for it. Not saying it's a bad soap, just not for me. I have some Deep Crystal car wash as well, and while I am using what I have (I typically use it before polishing, etc.), it's certainly not my favorite either. I love Ultimate Wash and Wax and Shampoo Plus, and Gold Class would come in second.
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    Anybody else have an opinion on this? Anybody think it's a good idea? Why or why not? Come on guys, help me out here!
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    Re: Product suggestion: Carnauba spray wax

    Sorry for the reply 5 years later 😂. But from personal experience and product descriptions I think gold class quik wax and the quik wax from the original line would both be well suited to compliment a carnauba wax look. Both seem to deepen and darken the paint and even say so in the product descriptions. As far as ease of use...it's a spray wax! I've yet to find a spray wax that is difficult or time consuming to use

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    Re: Product suggestion: Carnauba spray wax

    Ha! It seems this old thread was never corrected. Both UQW, D156, UWWA, and the regular QW contain some carnauba, and at least two of them were available in 2010, but Gold Class Quik Wax was released after this in 2011/2012 and was "quikly" seen as the only carnauba quik wax. I started with GCQW in 2012 and it has been awesome. Today, it remains the best choice for more carnauba-centric quik waxing, despite the fact that the others do contain at least some carnauba, yet are primarily synthetic/hydophobic sprays.

    See this recent (2015) thread: Which Products Contain Carnauba?
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