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    Black Wax





    Product Attributes:

    • Specially formulated for dark-to-black paint
    • 3-in-1 functionality - Cleans, polishes and protects
    • Focuses on polishing the paint for a wet, glossy look
    • Creates exceptional gloss for black or dark colored cars
    • No dyes or colorants
    • Includes foam pad for easy application
    • "Black cars love polish!"

    Size:
    7oz. tube w/applicator pad
    Part Number: G6208
    MSRP: $10.99
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    Re: Black Wax

    Love the packaging. More polishing oils and fillers for black??
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    Re: Black Wax

    Can this be applied using a D/A?
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    Re: Black Wax

    I'm guessing more fillers? I'm very okay with that considering I don't like polishing often.

    I'm also guessing it can be applied by DA with a 4 inch pad by putting the 4 inch pad in the container?

    Looks promising though. What makes this different than White Wax though?
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    Re: Black Wax

    What's the expected durability?

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    Re: Black Wax

    Probably more polishing oils, less cleaning ability.
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    Re: Black Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc08EX View Post
    Can this be applied using a D/A?
    Absolutely.

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn T. View Post
    I'm guessing more fillers? I'm very okay with that considering I don't like polishing often.

    I'm also guessing it can be applied by DA with a 4 inch pad by putting the 4 inch pad in the container?

    Looks promising though. What makes this different than White Wax though?
    Well, if there is anything in here that you might consider a "filler" it would be the polishing oils. But it's not really designed to simply fill any more so than any other wax you leave on the paint. Remember, any time you apply anything to the paint that you intentionally leave some behind (sort of the definition of a wax or sealant) there is the chance for it to fill to some level. This product does contain some SMAT abrasives, but not to the level the White Wax does. It does have a much higher polish load than the White Wax does since dark colors benefit from that more. So the major difference between this and the White Wax is that this has more polish in it, White Wax has more SMAT abrasives.

    As for application with a buffer, the product is actually in a tube not unlike a toothpaste tube, so dispensing onto a pad is simple. It spreads like butter and wipes off super easy, too. That goes for both the Black and White Waxes, by the way.

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    What's the expected durability?
    Durability is on par with Gold Class Carnauba Plus.
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    Re: Black Wax

    Mmmm, UP/BW combo on my black BMW's
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    Re: Black Wax

    Or black wax then Gold class...
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    Re: Black Wax

    How about UC, UP, BW, GCCP, and the spray GC detailer. Mmmmmm
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