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I have a Corolla as my second car and was wondering if there is a decent wax that is easy to remove. I use a couple different kinds of waxes

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Old 04-26-2019, 05:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a Corolla as my second car and was wondering if there is a decent wax that is easy to remove. I use a couple different kinds of waxes on my Z and they are all a bitch to remove. I don't really car how shiny the Corolla is I just want to protect it.
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Next gen wax from Maguire's is what I use and I consider it easy to remove. It will run you about twenty dollars (rounding off to the nearest 10). Any wax can be easy to remove if you don't apply a heavy coat of it to the paint.
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Next gen wax from Maguire's is what I use and I consider it easy to remove. It will run you about twenty dollars (rounding off to the nearest 10). Any wax can be easy to remove if you don't apply a heavy coat of it to the paint.
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Adam's Polishes Americana Wax. Literally smells like freedom. I took one whiff and invaded Iraq - again.

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I just used p&s bead maker based on a thread in here. Really easy to use, spray and wipe. Results may vary but for me the paint felt soft almost like I used clay bar. Shine was super glossy. Car has not gotten wet so I can’t tell you how well water beads up. The product also smells nice.
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It is a bit pricey but I highly recommend AutoGlym high definition wax.
Fantastic stuff!
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This is the easiest one to take off.


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Thanks guys. I've gotten wimpy in my old age.
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I just picked up a bottle of Pinnacle Black Label Diamond Paint Sealant … gonna give it a try.
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next time your struggling to remove wax, for whatever reason, try spritzing it with some detailing spray.
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next time your struggling to remove wax, for whatever reason, try spritzing it with some detailing spray.
That sounds like a good idea...I'll try that.
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I do it all the time. works like a charm.
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