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    Wax

    It`s August here in the north east and the trees have just about stopped dropping stuff on my car. My car is out side 24/7
    but defently time to get all that sealant off and hit it with wax
    What`s your favorite wax for red

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    I don`t have a red car, but have seen some pics of Poorboy`s Natty`s line of waxes on red and they look great (IMO). I have the nattys black and it`s zero effort to apply and remove, shouldn`t be any different with the other ones.

    They have a Nattys Red, if you are into putting same wax color on same paint color.
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    Poor boys was just around the corner from me till they moved to Florida I should have picked some up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbkite View Post
    Poor boys was just around the corner from me till they moved to Florida I should have picked some up
    Where did Poorboys originate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEDetailng View Post
    Where did Poorboys originate?
    NY I believe? Dunno for sure. But Natty`s is as good as or better than almost all the waxes out there
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    Quote Originally Posted by LEDetailng View Post
    Where did Poorboys originate?
    West Nyack NY
    Formerly the "Best Detailer", now just Super Wax Waster Man. Not necessarily tactful, but normally right. It`s good to be da King !!!
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    Re: Wax

    I use these on my red truck.



    The Dodo Purple Haze sheets water for months.
    Gave up a darker red, with another layer of color that catches the light.
    I just tried the Vic`s Red, WOWO kinda wax, it did fill some, a deep rich red. I liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary B View Post
    I use these on my red truck.



    The Dodo Purple Haze sheets water for months.
    Gave up a darker red, with another layer of color that catches the light.
    I just tried the Vic`s Red, WOWO kinda wax, it did fill some, a deep rich red. I liked it.
    I used Dodo Juice Purple Haze for the first time two nights ago. It was one of the easiest waxes to wipe off. I put it on my neighbors blue 2004 Ram, so I unfortunately won`t be seeing it sheet. Looking forward to "Hazing" my <<<<Trans Am<<<
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    After reading thousands of posts it finally sunk in that wax should be my only option for my car because its outside 24/7 and it seams like it`s always raining around here that Vic red looks interesting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mbkite View Post
    After reading thousands of posts it finally sunk in that wax should be my only option for my car because its outside 24/7 and it seams like it`s always raining around here that Vic red looks interesting
    Actually, sounds like the perfect scenario for a coating. Have a daily driver, bought new in 10/2016...immediately coated.

    Car sits outside 9 months a year, rain, sleet, snow, oak leaves, maple tree droppings, bird bombs...doesnt always get the attention it deserves.

    Just washed it a few minutes ago, paint is still unstained, unmarked, looks better than new. Rock solid, water runs right off after storm.

    Used Gyeon Mohs on a work truck last February, never washed since; left a bird bomb in the hood for a week or two, no detrimental effects. Truck still looks good.

    Find a coating that excels in self cleaning, good to go.

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    Dodo stuff is legit 4 sho.

    The Vic`s was a bit of a let down...Not as good as PBMG waxes IMHO.

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    Nattys blue or red. I honestly don`t think you can tell a difference, but the are both awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swanicyouth View Post
    Dodo stuff is legit 4 sho.

    The Vic`s was a bit of a let down...Not as good as PBMG waxes IMHO.
    So.... what was the let down ??

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    Eh, if I had an outside 24/7 vehicle I`d be all about maximum protection and I wouldn`t give a [toss] about whether it was the "right LSP for this color". I`d be worried about genuine *damage* from inadequate protection.
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    Between the trees and rain around here and the birds nothing will have a chance to cure

 

 
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