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What Is The Difference Between Car Wax And Car Polish?

 


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What is car Polish?

Car Polish (Surface Oxidation Remover) removes tree sap, minor scuff marks and scratches, swirl marks, oxidized car paints/finishes and other hazing. Car polish is a polymer blend usually with no wax. Car polishes can last 1 year between coats and is very durable protection for your paint. Car polishes/waxes contain a cleaner that will leave a haze on plastic trim. Wax begins to degrade rapidly when exposed to sunlight and then just washes off in the car wash or in the rain. Spray on car Wax uses a blend of wax that will protect your surface.

What is car Wax?

Wax can be applied either by hand or a polisher. Wax is a substance that is secreted by bees and is used by them in constructing their honeycombs. Wax helps to protect the paint, minimizing harm of chemicals and protecting the paint from fading; plus the car looks shiny. Waxing the car after applying the polish means that you won't have to repeat the process for quite some time. Car wax -there are two major types of car wax, . Car wax is a natural, traditional and proven form of protection for the paint. Car wax also provides deep and healthy shine to the paint. Many companies manufacture car wax using cheap ingredients. Fukken Wax cost more because of the high quality carnauba from Brazilian palms. Natural wax is derived from a substance called carnauba that is obtained from a Brazilian plant called copernica cerifera. The carnauba wax is generally used along with petroleum distillates, naphtha and oil.

The carnauba wax provides excellent shielding to the paint and generally lasts from 30 to 60 days. This naturally occurring carnauba wax is also used in the manufacture of floor wax, furniture wax and candy coatings. Synthetic wax is commonly known as paint sealant. Paint sealant or synthetic wax provides long-term protection to the paint. The beautiful liquid shine and gloss provided by natural carnauba wax is not provided by paint sealant. However the longevity of natural wax is less when compared to the paint sealants as the melting point of the natural wax is easily reached during warm temperature. Natural carnauba wax is difficult to apply and remove when compared to paint sealants. That is the reason for Fukken Wax being put into a aerosol can to make the applying process easier.

Aerosol Car wax is the easiest wax you will ever use. There is nothing on the market that compares to Aerosol spray on car wax products. Wax begins to degrade rapidly when exposed to sunlight and then just washes off in the car wash or in the rain. Fukken Wax has added some UV protections to help your vehicles surface last longer.

~Fukken Wax is a high performance Euro-Style cleaning wax in an aerosol can. It will not only clean & wax your vehicle, but also remove grease, tar, bugs, mildew, road grime, light scratches and tree sap. . . FAST!!! Fukken Wax removes oxidation and restores faded paint. Fukken Wax contains no silicones, teflons, or CFCs (chorofluorcarbons) which are harmful to the environment. Fukken Wax is also clear coat and gel coat safe. With every (1.7lbs) can of Fukken Wax you will be able to wax upto 4 average size cars. Waterless wash and wax by Fukken Wax

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