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    Re: The power of White Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Lydia View Post
    Would the cut of White Wax be pretty similar to D151? I usually stick with D151 topped with UQW for one-step details but am considering buying a tube of White Wax to have on hand in case I ever have to work in the sun. Usually I just try to do things in whatever order is needed to avoid working in direct sun but it would be good to have something on hand for when I have no choice.
    My understanding is that it has slightly more cut than D151.
    It also has SMAT abrasives, so if you work it a bit longer it will continue to cut, which also makes it more powerful.

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    Re: The power of White Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by davey g-force View Post
    My understanding is that it has slightly more cut than D151.
    It also has SMAT abrasives, so if you work it a bit longer it will continue to cut, which also makes it more powerful.
    I was actually thinking D151 (PRC) had SMAT. Is that not the case?
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    Re: The power of White Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Lydia View Post
    I was actually thinking D151 (PRC) had SMAT. Is that not the case?
    It does. It's been mentioned on the forum that white wax contains the same SMAT abrasives found in M101. Just less of them.

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    Re: The power of White Wax

    Ok, I forgot that D151 had SMAT too. So they both have it...

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    Re: The power of White Wax

    Quote Originally Posted by Lydia View Post
    Would the cut of White Wax be pretty similar to D151? I usually stick with D151 topped with UQW for one-step details but am considering buying a tube of White Wax to have on hand in case I ever have to work in the sun. Usually I just try to do things in whatever order is needed to avoid working in direct sun but it would be good to have something on hand for when I have no choice.
    Others have already discussed the cutting power of White Wax but I'll just add this - get yourself a tube or three now; you won't regret it!!
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    Re: The power of White Wax

    Oh that's nice

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