After I walk through the vehicle wax within the store I instantly flash to The Karate Kid and Mr. Miyagi teaching his pupil the toilsome routine of waxing a vehicle. Everybody wants to preserve our beloved cars in the elements, but nobody wants down the sink hrs waxing them. Here’s the best way to wax your car just like a Kung Foo Master in ten minutes or fewer.
What’s Vehicle Wax?
I needed to begin with a short education on auto wax or vehicle wax since it’s most generally known as. When you are back in its history you’d refer to this as stuff “coach wax” as horse attracted coach builders in Europe would take different types of animal fat and rub it on their own coaches to preserve them in the elements. Go forward so we see “coaches” have hp, but different kind. And thankfully wax technologies are significantly different. Nobody I understand still rubs animal fat on their own cars. What we should do placed on our cars is generally among the following things:
- Natural Wax, typically Brazilian Carnauba
- Synthetic Wax, typically a combination polymers and acrylic resins
About natural wax: the most popular knowledge about Brazilian Carnauba wax could it be gives your vehicle the greatest, wealthiest shine, truly it’s really a discomfort to use…unless you’re Mr. Miyagi from Karate Kid. About synthetic wax: for that Synthetic waxes available you receive something simpler to make use of and you receive a good protective coat, however, many people have the shine isn’t just like like a natural wax. Some synthetic polymer waxes may even collect in swirls and highlight flaws inside your vehicle paint. This isn’t what you would like a wax to complete. Another complaint with vehicle wax is the fact that chalky white-colored residue it leaves in your black plastics. This appears to happen with natural and synthetics waxes.
What’s Special About Flitz Auto Wax?
With how big the car industry and all sorts of options of natural and artificial wax available on the market it can be hard to determine things to use.
What sets us apart?
Our vehicle wax is really a natural wax. We managed to get from a Brazilian Carnauba because we would have liked the wealthiest, greatest, most basic shine you can get. The truly amazing factor about this is it’s inside a liquid form. What this means is it’s quick and easy to make use of. This is why it is called “Speed Waxx”. Unlike most waxes our wax wont leave white-colored chalky residue in your black plastics. You are able to spray and go with no reservations. Also our wax formula is swirl and streak free. So that you can expect the very best shine and protection any time you wax your vehicle.
How you can Wax Just like a Kung Foo Master
First, completely wash your vehicle all the way through.
Second, restore any oxidized paint and take away any scratches out of your obvious coat. That you can do these two things with this vehicle polish.
Third, buy some Flitz Speed Waxx and obtain spraying. What you’ll wish to accomplish is spray after which wipe your vehicle in sections. Begin with the leading from the vehicle and come round the vehicle. The easiest method to section your vehicle can be you. I approach the hood, then towards the driver’s side door, and then move about the vehicle before you finish with the top vehicle. Another useful tip: don’t wax your vehicle when it’s cold or hot. This can negatively affect the use of the wax in your vehicle. Lastly, we advise utilizing a microfiber cloth to wipe the wax off. You shouldn’t damage the paint you’re attempting to safeguard. Time yourself and comment below…tell us how lengthy it requires you to definitely wax your vehicle.
What Customers Say About our “Speed Waxx”
Still not really a believer?
Each year we sell Lots of vehicle polish and vehicle wax to individuals for his or her economy cars, show cars and street rods. Diane and Steve Hirte from Minnesota are a few of our die-hard Flitz Speed Waxx customers. They apply it to their beautiful red 1957 Fairlane 500 (seen below).
Here’s what they’d to say of our Flitz Speed Waxx…
“This product works wonderful. The more you utilize it the greater the vehicle shine will get. This vehicle looks so great it places for the most part vehicle shows. We’ve given bottles of wax to buddies and family for gifts. Our friend tried on the extender on his 1956 Chevrolet and also the vehicle never looked so great. He loved the wax very well he waxed everything he’d together with a lawn tracker.”
-Steve and Diana Hirte of Minnesota
Stop waxing just like a turtle. Take a look at our Speed Waxx and begin waxing just like a Kung Foo master! We would like your stuff to shine! That is why we all do what we should do. For those who have questions or tips on the way we will help you please comment below. An enormous because of Steve and Diane Hirte for discussing their story and photographs around.
How To Polish Hazy Plastic Car Headlights Cheap
Anton Kalliokoski: Did he fart at 1:28
Steve52344: Yes he farted. It was a 2.4….with afterfots in his next video.
Shanez Veganess TM: You crack me up 🙂 🙂 :)
Davendra Sharma: I appreciated that joke that you made right at the end about toothpaste helping fight headlight decay….it made me smile and I thought it was a nice touch, not too corny and well timed.
hoohoohoblin: +Davendra Sharma Thanks!
David Rodriguez: I would have liked to have seen the other headlight in comparison
Fark Googol: Where do I put the floss?
aquateen77723: in the grill.
Fred Cox: Worked great on my Camry! I did figure out that it is important to keep my paper towel sufficiently wet, it just seemed to work better. Great idea with the toothpaste…and now my headlights aren't as sensitive to heat and cold! :)
naspointO: what do you do if the headlight still feels rough against your dick?
Sean Carter: Lmao! I thought it was a serious question then I started cracking up at work!
legion1a: naspointO You said: "what do you do if the headlight still feels rough against your dick?"\nYou pay someone to remove your dick using an 8 lb ball peen hammer on an anvil, because your dick is obviously defective.\nYou will probably be able to get it done less expensively if you ask your wife to perform the service first.
nambinhvu: Lol…it's getting better because of the oils in the toothpaste, if you rubbed oil onto your headlights, I bet you it'd be clearer too, but if you wash it off with soap and water, then let it dry, it'll be dull again. It's like putting oil on paper, it makes it more transparent, water works too, but dries out too quickly since plastic doesn't really hold onto water. lol
karaqi4: does oil polish scratches? they say that toothpaste removes scratches even from metal
nambinhvu: +TheKaraqi4 No, oil doesn't polish things, it fills gaps and helps the light go through. Scratches cause the light to refract in all different directions, which is why it's no longer clear. If you have some plastic stuff that has some light spots, rub oil on it, and it'll look nice and shiny again, but if you wash it off with soap and water, then let it dry, it'll be dull again.\n\nBaking soda has a mohs hardness of 2.5 so you'd be able to buff out:\n\nLead – 1.5\nTin – 1.5\nZinc – 2.5\nGold – 2.5 – 3\nSilver – 2.5 – 3\nAluminum – 2.5 – 3\n\nNot really sure how hard something needs to be to scratch headlight plastic though. Even if it does wash out, at least it'll look better for a while right? Add the wax like he said, and it'll seal in the for longer.
Christian Salami: this is stupid. have americans no money?\n\nhere in EU we buy new headlights, because we are rich.
Christian Salami: +boardskins shut up bastard. go and eat cheesburger on dirty floor
61sasquatch 5.56: No we just save our money and aren't afraid to sweat a little bit, go ahead and spend your money on a 10 minute job you could do yourself.
Stinky Cheese: It should be mentioned that yours weren't very bad yet. If they're to the point of looking crusty yellowish then it is common to need wet-dry sandpaper or rubbing compound to get the bulk off then follow up with a finer abrasive. I'd usually use plastic polish or metal polish next since they are more abrasive than the average toothpaste, which cuts down on amount of labor, then use toothpaste last.\n\nTHEN, only toothpaste or plastic polish will be needed for subsequent touchups unless you let it go for too long. One thing to avoid with anything coarser than toothpaste is a power tool buffer. With higher abrasives that can generate too much heat and actually cause hazing, unless the surface is kept very wet to reduce heat buildup or the RPM is very low.
hoohoohoblin: Thanks. Yes, using different tools would work better. This was an experiment to see if I could do it with no special tools, and just normal household items.