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    Unhappy Wax Haze

    I washed and waxed the car this morn.
    By 7:30A.M. I had wax on the car. S100
    I waxed the whole car and and then
    buffed it off with a brand new PAC M.F.
    Acouple of hrs. later I noticed the hood was hazed. I wiped it off. The hazed
    look came back. I used a previously
    used applicator pad. I wasn`t sure if
    it had been used with UPP or S100
    previously so I washed it with Dawn
    before using. Could the pad have caused this?

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    S100 needs to be laid down in small squares, and then immediately buffed off. You cannot apply it to the entire car, then buff it off.
    Nick Carberry
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    Listen to Nick on this one.

    From the container`s directions: For best results, do not wait for wax to fully haze over.
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    Thanks Guys
    My problem is once I get the applicator pad going, it`s hard to stop and buff.

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    hmm thats what i thought too. for s100, you have to buff off before it hazes, and for nattys you buff off after it hazes...
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    Yeah, it`s a bit of a weird concept because I`m just like you, once I get started applying, I just want to keep going. Pizzaz and Trade Secret let me do larger areas before buffing off.
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    Originally posted by Nickc0844
    Yeah, it`s a bit of a weird concept because I`m just like you, once I get started applying, I just want to keep going. Pizzaz and Trade Secret let me do larger areas before buffing off.
    Nick, how do you find pizzaz compare with TS, I went with your suggestion regarding TS, never regretted it one tiny bit,smells good and on second coat the darkening effect was apparent , love it .
    A man has got to recognize his limitations, and then learn how to adapt within those confines. Then go out and conquer.

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    In my opinion, Pizzaz isn`t as wet at Trade Secret on most vehicles, but on silvers and champagnes, it is. It goes on a bit tougher, but buffs off just as easy (not as silky). The gloss left behind is awesome!!

    I think it is ONLY $25 for a 16oz jar, which is huge compared to P21S (6.6oz), TS (8oz), and others.
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