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Spreading Wax by Machine


Briggs Michael
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Are you talking for just the application, and not the buffing it off part?

 

I did half of my Chevy Tahoe today with buttery wax...it took about 3 minutes, by hand.  Obviously buffing takes longer....maybe 10 minutes in my scenario.  

 

I have no idea why it is taking you so long...

Waxing is low speed on the dial, but faster movement of the machine,  whereas correction is high speed on the dial but slower more methodical movements.  With wax and sealant you basically just have to hit all of the surfaces.

 

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If you are doing it slow, just make sure you are not heating up the pad.  It can mess up the cleat coat/paint.  It depends on the car how long I take.  I take longer on the Corvette than the Tacoma, Jeep, Scion, or my mothers Camary.  I also use different wax dependent on what car, use, and how long it will go between waxes. 

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