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What are the characteristics of the three types of car wax
- Aug 12, 2018 -

At present, there are many kinds of car waxes on the market. Due to the different performances of various car waxes, the effect is different. Therefore, it must be cautious in the selection. Improper selection can not only protect the car body, but also make the car paint discoloration. Under normal circumstances, it should be considered according to the characteristics of the car wax, the new and old degree of the vehicle, the color of the paint and the driving environment. For high-class cars, high-grade car wax can be used; new cars are best coated with glazing wax to protect the body's luster and color; summer should use anti-UV car wax; when driving environment is poor, it is more suitable for protective resin wax. For ordinary vehicles, use ordinary pearl color or metal paint series car wax. Of course, when choosing the car wax, it must also consider the color of the car paint. Generally, the dark car paint is made of black, red and green car wax, and the light car paint is made of silver, white and pearl color car wax.

 

The waxes on the market today can be roughly divided into three categories: solid waxes, milk waxes, and liquid waxes, and the most commonly used ones are solid waxes produced in Japan. It is estimated that the user may think that the solid wax looks bright and thick, and it is attached to the vehicle body. It should have a better protection effect on the car, but according to experts, this is not the case.

 

The first thing to be clear is that the wax is not solid, milky or liquid. The thickness of the wax applied to the body is the same. The thickness is only the user's feeling, not the fact. Therefore, it is best to distinguish the quality of the car from the quality of the car, as well as the length of time.

 

In general, the advantage of solid wax is that it is brighter when the wax is finished, and the paint surface is smoother, but the problem is that the solid wax will produce more wax in the waxing process, and it will not be able to penetrate the paint, and it will be very hard to polish. In addition, the solid wax is afraid of water and the protection time is also short. The advantage of the milk wax is that the protection time is relatively long, but the effect is only that the surface layer cannot strengthen the baking varnish, and the polishing is as laborious as the solid wax. The advantage of liquid wax is that the air drying time is short, the grinding time is labor-saving, and it can be completely combined with the baking varnish to keep the aging effect and the effect good. The liquid wax can also isolate the dust and acid rain and other pollutants in the air.