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  1. 1. If you could choose only one...

    • Americana Paste Wax
    • Buttery Wax
    • Machine Superwax
    • Brilliant Glaze


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though i have not yet got my hands on a tub yet ... i have seen its effect Americana deff!

 

Although i love the buttery wax i have, by far the easiest wax i ever used. It really was a tie as i plan to use the buttery wax for my express(lower priced,"soccer mom") detail packages. But i like how Americana outlast buttery and to me the shine is definitely better from what i have witnessed.

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hey guys don't closeout the buttery wax :lolsmack::lolsmack:

 

its gonna be the back bone of my "paking lot CAR WASH" details" ......you know the ones that want a good low cost detail really quick... wash wax and go :burnout::lolsmack::lolsmack:

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Americana because of its shine,durability and ease of use.

And besides the electric could be off.:D

All joking aside all of these products rock, I am glad I don't have to choose.:)

 

I agree. I love MSW but if I only could have one it would be Americana. I can put a coat on in about twenty minutes and have lots of protection.

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I have all of them but if I had to choose then...

 

Americana...

It's quick to put on.... even 2 coats!

Nice soothing smell.....

Excellent shine and depth.....

Seems like the tub last forever... the more up front cost is well worth it in the long run!!:2thumbs:

 

I do use the BSG alot for the extra shine when going out! ( I do have the old formula of the BSG)

 

I have used the Buttery on the riding lawn mower a few times!

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If it had to be one I would choose - uh.

Maybe if I had to lose one it would be Buttery , as I use the other three more often. Just washed it today and put on a coat of BG over my MSW (and Americana on the hood temporarily) and wow, amazingly shiny. I am redoing the finish a panel at a time, then putting a coat of MSW. After it's finished I will put on a coat of BG and then a coat of Americana, just because I want to see how it looks. I have heard it's supposed to give the BG look for more than a week or so.

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I'm an MSW fanboy. I use Americana too, but I like the longevity of the MSW. I have all three products and they're ALL great. Buttery works VERY well, but I need something with more protection through the winter months.

 

Chris

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buttery wax...because its all i can afford right now. no reason to have 3 different waxes when buttery wax works great, even if people say re-application should be ever 2 months or so.

 

No doubt buttery is awesome for the price and a great choice for those who want a less expensive wax then Americana.

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Interesting responses guys... keep em coming. We're not planning any changes, just curious where everyone stands on LSP's

 

I'm an Americana fan myself, the results being a big part, but the experience being another. MSW is a close second b/c I love the shine it puts on... not deep, but glossy!!

 

I'm actually in the midst of correcting the Avy and when its done I might go with MSW this time around to carry me thru our "harsh" California rainy season. :D

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I like Americana on the G8, but MSW on my Silverado as it sits outside year round, in the Seattle rainy season and holds up really good.

 

I just started correcting my G8 yesterday. I've got a bottle of Buttery Wax, but never used it. I think I'm going to give it a try. Longevity isn't a big deal on the G8 as it sits in the garage and I typically only drive it in nicer weather. It has seen rain, but I try to avoid it to keep it shiny!

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