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Whats the Difference Between Polish and Wax?

Car Polish is like conditioner for your hair, it contains compounds designed to remove scratches from the paints surface whilst leaving it glossed and shiny. Alternatively, car waxes form a clear, hard protective layer over your paintwork. An application of pure polish should be followed up with wax to protect the car’s paint and extend the shine …
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Are Multiple Applications of Car Wax Beneficial?

Waxing is a vital process to maintaining your car’s aesthetics. However often people believe applying multiple coats of wax at a time will increase the car’s protection. Whilst each extra application will result in some minor improvements, it’s generally far more beneficial to spread your applications over a period of time.

How do I Clean and Maintain My Tyres?

To clean your wheels and tyres effectively, use a wheel cleaning brush with a gentle wheel cleaner to initially prepare the tyres and rims. Rinse off with a strong flow of water, and allow to dry naturally. After this, use a good tyre dressing and use according to the instructions to achieve your desired finish.

Why Should I Use pH-Neutral Car Wash?

A neutral substance has a pH level of 7, this means its neither acidic nor alkaline. Using a pH-neutral car wash ensures the product still removes all the dirt and grime from the surface of your car whilst still being gentle enough not to strip wax or cause premature ageing to your paintwork.


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