Best Wax for white paint
Auto Detailing 101Discuss Best Wax for white paint in the Auto Detailing Forums forums; My wife and I just picked up a Light White Mini Cooper Countryman and I was wondering what wax everyone ...
My wife and I just picked up a Light White Mini Cooper Countryman and I was wondering what wax everyone uses for white paint?
I currently have Souveran, Natty's Blue, and XMT180 because our other two Mini's are black and all the car's I've detailed are darker in color. I wanted to get a wax more specific to white colors and was. I've used P21s on a white car before and was very pleased with the results but was thinking of trying something new, like the CG Lava or something out of the Dodo lineup.
Anyone have suggestions? I prefer paste and looking for 2-3 months durability. At some point I'm going to pick up Menzerna Power Lock as my sealant.
For white or lighter colored vehicles I almost always go with a sealant. Just because you don't really get the deep wet look that you do on darker colors from a standard wax. The sealant will give it a nice glossy look. Powerlock is something I always keep on hand and is a great sealant.
Maybe want to try collinite 845 if you are looking for a wax. It's great durability and I love the look.
I've been using Collinite 845 on my pearl white. Recently I found a glaze that really stepped up the shine and gloss considerably. Two coats of glaze and then top it with two coats of Collinite 845. I have heard good things about the Dodo products for white. Because of their cost I plan on trying some of their samples first to see if there is a noticeable difference. Collinite 845 is hard to beat for the cost and durability.
There's nothing nicer than a car that's brilliantly glossy! The old washing and waxing is a mere description these days and once you discover some of the secrets you'll gain a new appreciation to the term "detailing".
The final results of a gorgeous glossy shine are solely dependent on the proper surface preparation prior to applying a sealant or wax.
After a thorough wash and clay, at a minimum a paint cleaner should be used to clean and brighten the finish. Many of todays cleaners can actually abrade the finish slightly removing swirls and other similar defects leaving the finish smooth and ready for protection.
Here are some great sealants that will protect all that hard work keeping the finish looking great for months to come. Two coats of sealant 12 hours apart is about the best protection one can hope for without stepping up the a coating similar to Optimum Opti-Coat 2.0