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    Hey,

    Can anyone recommend a good wax I can use without having to dry the car first?

    Cheers,

    Paul

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    Wax it Wet from Turtle Wax. Ansolutely marvellous! I bought a bottle once with a cynical attitude towards it, didn't believe it would work, but it really does work!

    Spray it on all over the car when you've hosed it off, leave 30 seconds then dry the car as normal, and it's waxed! Easy as that...

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    I had a bottle in my hand earlier tonight mate, but it was about £4 from ASDA, and I thought "nah, it'll never do". What a plonker...........

    Thanks JP7, I'll pick some up tomorrow.

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    When you hose the car down disconnect the hose from the pressure washer so that you have an open end then turn the tap 1 turn just enough to get a flow, the water will just drape over and if your car has been properly waxed the car will end up virtually dry anyways, then just apply Megs or Mothers etc Spray wax, the Megs one I know can be applied wet even in the rain......I've done it

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    Quote Originally Posted by blr123
    When you hose the car down disconnect the hose from the pressure washer so that you have an open end then turn the tap 1 turn just enough to get a flow, the water will just drape over and if your car has been properly waxed the car will end up virtually dry anyways, then just apply Megs or Mothers etc Spray wax, the Megs one I know can be applied wet even in the rain......I've done it

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    Cheers Bryan, sounds like a good tip mate.

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    wax it wet is really good stuff...very convenient for after a quick wash...

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