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    Re: Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax

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    Just put a coat of Wolf's Nano Glaze on my car could i use x-press wax after a weekly wash as a top up or would it affect the Nano Glaze?
    We don't see any issue with this Sean.
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    Re: Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax

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    We don't see any issue with this Sean.
    Excellent nicholas thanks

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    Re: Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax

    Hello all,

    I finally picked up some D156 for use as my drying aid to reduce any drying induced marring and some added protection.

    Question: How do I use it? Just mist the panel AND the damp towel and wipe? So essentially D156 will be on two areas, the towel itself and on the paint...

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    Use it like Ammo Hydrate with just 2 sprays on a damp towel and wipe? So it will only be on the towel.

    I am using it as a drying aid (i.e. semi wet car) and not as a spray wax.

    Thank you

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    Re: Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax

    For a dry surface. Prep your towel with a mist or two of product to prime the towel the first time. After the first time you won't need to prime the towel. Then mist the surface and work it in with the towel. For smaller areas you can spray onto the towel and apply to the surface (ie mirrors). This way you avoid overspray. Have a second towel to buff off any residue.

    As a drying aid, flood rinse the surface to remove a majority of the water. This is assuming you have a layer of protection already since a majority of the water will be removed from the surface. Mist onto the surface with the remaining water. I prime my drying towel the first time with a spritz of product. Follow up with another towel to buff off any remaining residue.

    Try it both ways. It will be more durable used on a dry surface.

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    Re: Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    For a dry surface. Prep your towel with a mist or two of product to prime the towel the first time. After the first time you won't need to prime the towel. Then mist the surface and work it in with the towel. For smaller areas you can spray onto the towel and apply to the surface (ie mirrors). This way you avoid overspray. Have a second towel to buff off any residue.

    As a drying aid, flood rinse the surface to remove a majority of the water. This is assuming you have a layer of protection already since a majority of the water will be removed from the surface. Mist onto the surface with the remaining water. I prime my drying towel the first time with a spritz of product. Follow up with another towel to buff off any remaining residue.

    Try it both ways. It will be more durable used on a dry surface.
    Thank you Guz! You have been extremely helpful thus far bud, appreciate it.

    Following with a dry towel is the only part that scares me as I wonder if thats what caused the marring in the first place. However, I will try with and without a follow up towel, as all I can do now is experiment.

    I thought about applying it dry but I bought it for the main purpose of helping with drying, i.e. applying to semi wet surface.

    Thanks again bud

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    Re: Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax

    ive been using this on my black car for a few years after my car washed. I simply spray it on and wipe it off. works great.

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    Re: Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax

    Can D156 be use on Vinyl wraps? Thank you

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    Re: Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by aadame84 View Post
    Can D156 be use on Vinyl wraps? Thank you
    Yes it can.
    Quote Originally Posted by Blueline View Post
    I own a silver vehicle and a black vehicle owns me. The black one demands attention, washing, detailing, waxing and an occasional dinner out at a nice restaurant. The silver one demands nothing and it looks just fine. I think the black vehicle is taking advantage of me, and the silver car is more my style. We can go out for a drive without her makeup and she looks fine. If I want to take the black one out, it is three or four hours in the "bathroom" to get ready.

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