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Has anyone ever used Royal Blue Wax? I was at a swap show and watched an example of how good this stuff was and I was blown away. I cant wait to get the garage heated u one night and try this stuff out.
 

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I haven't heard of it before but from the sounds of a cleaner/wax it seems like an all in one. They kind of contradict them selves when they say they have no abrasives or fillers. In order to remove water spots or swirls they are going to have alot of fillers or abrasives to level the paint.

You would be alot better off doing a correction and applying a better LSP that will last longer and probably have better end results.
 

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I haven't heard of it before but from the sounds of a cleaner/wax it seems like an all in one. They kind of contradict them selves when they say they have no abrasives or fillers. In order to remove water spots or swirls they are going to have alot of fillers or abrasives to level the paint.

You would be alot better off doing a correction and applying a better LSP that will last longer and probably have better end results.
Ive already purchased this ill give it a try and see how well it is.
 

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I also purchased royal blue as I was also impressed with how well it worked at an auto show. It was like 2 for 30. Honestly I used it a few times and it is a royal PITA to get back off. I wasnt really impressed with how long it lasted either. The shine was average. (It does work great on stainless or polished aluminum though!)After my years of trying lots of products (and mind you I wont buy wax costing an arm and a leg). My go to for my true blue paint is poor boys black hole glaze applied by da polisher, topped with chemical guys black light by hand, topped with v34 spray sealer. That combo makes my dark blue car look black and like a mirror.

I highly reccomend any poor boys product or chemical guys. For a red car id suggest poor boys white diamond glaze, topped with pinnacle souveran paste. But the pinnacle is like 100$ I couldnt bring myself to purchase it personally.
 

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I seen now that Barrett Jackson has a line of waxes.
 

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If you want a true nice wax for your car the top 2 are a little pricey but Auto Finesse Illusion and Zymol Glasur. These are both great high end waxes that will make your red really pop. A cheaper option is chemical guys Pete's 53 you will get really great results with that also.
 

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Thanks guys REPS

So I am still grabbing my wallet trying to grasp the ideal that a 125$ wax is truly going to be that much better then the McGuire's I have used for so many years.
 

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Thanks guys REPS

So I am still grabbing my wallet trying to grasp the ideal that a 125$ wax is truly going to be that much better then the McGuire's I have used for so many years.
The average car guy may not see it but if you I've tried many products you will see longer life, depth, color and all with the right wax. I mentioned them because they are nice waxes but pricey. I also mentioned Pete's 53 for that same reason since it is definitely a reasonable wax.
 

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I may pick up a bottle of the Petes and try it. I have show clear on my car so it really needs a good wax.
 

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skip the Pinnicale souveran. its a waste of money..it looks good but its durability is like 27 rain drops. I have owned it. its really easy to use but its not meant for protection really its for show only and thats it. Plenty out there that cost ALOT less give just as good looks. Victoria Red, Zymol Carbon, Petes 53
Glasur is a good wax. Its one of my favorite for its ability to bead and sheet water and it helps ALOT in keeping dust off the paint unlike alot of others.
I will say another wax that is pretty good for not alot of money is Victoria Mayhem. real easy to use and pretty good beading sheeting.
 

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I keep hearing the Petes 53 come up so I think I will try it first. Thanks
 
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