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Waxed/Sealed your car and want to show off the product to help others or just self congratulate?...Post your pictures here


1, Please state the Product

2. Where did you buy it? +Link?

3. How well does it apply and buff off?

4. If its been on awhile, how is the duarability?

5. How reflective? Beading? ......Pics

6. Other comments?

I'll begin

1, CSP T1 Carnauba Wax (sample Pot)

2. From 'Clean your Ride'

CSP - https://www.cspdetai...ore/product/80/

3. Very easy to apply and buffs off after a couple of minutes with no effort

4. Been assured by CSP that it should last a good 6 months

5.A picture below:

Had a chance to see how this is performing now

I have to say that this Wax is amazing.

Given my 5, three coats now and the DS4 one, only used 1/3 of the sample pot!!

Quite oily to start with but that quickly evaporates and buffs off effortlessly leaving a great streak free finish...You cant say that about Fusso!!

The reflections on white paint are unbelievable. Best I've seen

Water runs straight off in the morning (Heavy dew and Fog this week) and any flies stuck on the front from my country lane blasts, just wash off with a light spray of the Hose pipe

Its not cheap I grant you, but its certainly worth the extra cost 18.11.51_zpsntrj60zu.jpg.html 18.12.07_zps4xpamkhy.jpg.html

Edited by: Chris

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Looks very impressive Chris, I've got a lot of Definitive Wax to use before I can start experimenting again!

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Nice one, Cora?Fancy doing a Review/write up?

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1. Power Maxed Winter Coat (Spray Sealant/Drying Aid/QD)

2.Direct from Power Maxed

3. This can be used as a spray and wipe sealant and can also be diluted 40:1 as a top up and rinse aid...though I sprayed direct from the bottle onto a we car and it worked brilliantly

4. Still to early to say how the durability is, but its advertised at 12 months if you use it diluted after the initial application

I would say that it behaves almost exactly like Sonax BSD but is more versatile and feels slicker and can be applied over any sealant based product or a Hybrid

5. Pictures to be added when the weather improves....My clients are very impressed already though

I did half a bonnet with Winter Coat on our DS4 and the other half with a high grade Carnauba Wax (Review #1 above)...Beading is exactly the same!

6. I highly recommend this product......even if its just as a QD or Drying aid..Its superb!!

For those of you with the Nilfisk Pressure washer and wondered what to use the detergent applicator bottle for?

This one:

Put 1" of Power Maxed Winter Coat in the bottle and top up with water

Then after the washing stage, attach the bottle and spray over the whole car and dry off immediately

When properly dry....Go around the car with a dry MF cloth....Job Done!!

Here is the beading on my MX-5 after applying Winter Coat this afternoonvia the washer bottle method described above

To sum up.......A very nice product and worth trying
I suppose the best way to describe it is a QD Sealant, a type of Aqua Wax and a conventional Sealant all in one
In short, due to it being water soluble, it dilutes down well without affecting performance.
Apply it neat and buff off, or to a wet car as a drying aid, or as a QD diluted (20:1 was about right after some experiments)
An initial neat application and buff off is preferable, but not essential. Then just use the other two application methods after a wash. It really couldn't be easier, and perfect for Winter!
I found a second wipe with a dry MF cloth enhanced the finish further and eliminated any residue from drying
Durability is yet to be tested, but I have applied a few cars, so will report back after a few weeks
Power Maxed have produced yet another winner here!!
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