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    Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax



    Product attributes:

    • Wipe on & off
    • Long lasting hydrophobic protection
    • Deep Dark Wet Shine
    • No dusting
    • Can be applied to wet or dry car
    • Hand/DA application
    Working a 2’ x 2’ section at a time, apply product using a clean soft applicator pad, orbital or DA Polisher. Immediately wipe off with a microfiber towel; no need to let dry to a haze. Can be applied to paint, glass and chrome for durable hydrophobic protection.

    Part Number:
    D15701
    Size:
    1 gallon
    MSRP:
    $32.00
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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    Lemme guess:
    Much easier to work with and longer lasting than the previous version?

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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by aerogt01 View Post
    Lemme guess:
    Much easier to work with and longer lasting than the previous version?
    Yes, and yes. And in all honesty, your use of the word "much" is appropriate.
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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Stoops View Post
    Yes, and yes. And in all honesty, your use of the word "much" is appropriate.
    Good. I never bought the original partially for the above two reasons. Looks like I might be giving this one a shot!

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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    So what kind of durability are we expecting? Something similar to M26?
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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    I would guess slightly better than the spray version. But that's just a guess.

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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    Cause if it is something like 4 weeks this would be my new go-to wax for wash and waxes for clients.
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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn T. View Post
    So what kind of durability are we expecting? Something similar to M26?
    In some cases it may be longer due to the fact that this is a synthetic.

    Quote Originally Posted by aerogt01 View Post
    I would guess slightly better than the spray version. But that's just a guess.
    Good guess!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn T. View Post
    Cause if it is something like 4 weeks this would be my new go-to wax for wash and waxes for clients.
    Then this may well be your go to for clients cars when they're looking for a quick correction and wax, or just a wash and wax. The whole application/removal process here is very quick!
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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    the words can be applied via DA got my attention is that different than the consumer ultimate quick wax.

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    Re: Synthetic X Press Liquid Wax

    The consumer Ultimate Quik Wax is a spray product, like D156 Synthetic X-Press Spray Wax. This new D157 is Synthetic X-Press Liquid Wax, replacing our old X-Press Liquid Wax. Because it's a liquid it can easily be applied via DA. But whether you apply by hand or DA it's basically a wipe on, wipe off product.
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