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How to tell when it's time to wax


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I washed my Ranger the other day and there was no water beading, so I figured it was time to wax it. It's probably been 3-4 months since it's had a coat of Buttery Wax on it. It now has a coat of Americana!!!

 

Washed my wife's Charger, and it still beads like crazy. It's probably been 4-5 months since it had a coat of Americana on it.

 

Both vehicles are silky smooth, so don't need claying.

 

Is there a way to tell if the wax is gone besides water not beading?

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Well that is one sure way of telling that it needs some attention. I can normally tell when the pop just is not there as much any more. I never let mine get to the No Water Bead state. Of course I also strip it a couple of time a year and start all over and it is not a daily driver.

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I usually can tell by either the increased difficulty of washing, the lack of luster, the water when rinsing while I wash doesent fall right off...or if I use liquid or paste wax I know to coat often or less often.

 

Tapa Mobile..

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