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    hi all just a couple of questions, i polished my car about 2 weeks ago with ag ultra deep shine but had no wax at the time will it need polishing again before a wax? also ive bought nattys blue wax but its rock hard and need to know how to soften it or get it on the car somehow not really done anything like this before so a bit of a novice tia.

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    hi
    i put mine in the airing cuboard for about an hour or so before using it.
    i put mine on with a foam polishing pad or a micro fibre cloth

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    the wax should be easy enough to put on at normal air/room temp.. if it goes in the airing cupboard it may melt too much and end up with too much on the car... and then an ar 5e to get off...
    the thing with wax is it needs an even covering but only a thin covering at that....
    another quick tip maybe just to lightly mist the applicator pad with a touch of last touch detailer so it picks up better on the applicator... just remember though.. thin coats are all you need... not too much as it will take an age to cure and remove!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwabo View Post
    the wax should be easy enough to put on at normal air/room temp.. if it goes in the airing cupboard it may melt too much and end up with too much on the car... and then an ar 5e to get off...
    the thing with wax is it needs an even covering but only a thin covering at that....
    another quick tip maybe just to lightly mist the applicator pad with a touch of last touch detailer so it picks up better on the applicator... just remember though.. thin coats are all you need... not too much as it will take an age to cure and remove!!
    an hour in the airing cuboard for me is just about right for me to use.
    as dwabo says thin coats.
    nice tip dwabo about the misting the pad, will have to give that try.

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    cheers guys will have a go i have the ag polishing pad so ill give that a go! What about the polish i put on a couple of weeks ago? Will that still be ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vectragsi3.2 View Post
    cheers guys will have a go i have the ag polishing pad so ill give that a go! What about the polish i put on a couple of weeks ago? Will that still be ok?
    hi
    i would wash and polish again m8

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