Which polish is suitable for which paint condition?
Pure hard wax is most suitable for the care of new and thoroughly cleaned paint surfaces. Pure hard wax protects paint lastingly against atmospheric and other influences, and produces deep shine. Properly protected paint surfaces are recognised by the way the water rolls off in fine round drops. If there are large water areas on the paint, the next protective treatment with wax is necessary. SONAX recommends XtremeWax 1 full protect for preservation. This hard wax has a high content of natural Carnauba wax, is highly effective and can be polished out very easily. 3-4 applications per year yield a maximum of protection and perfect gloss. Mild polishes provide ideal care for slightly dull paint surfaces. SONAX Xtreme Polish + Wax 2 Nano Pro cleans the surface and polishes the paintwork. Its wax content produces brilliant shine and long-term protection. For matt and weathered paint surfaces you need a polish with a higher content of abrasives: SONAX Xtreme Polish + Wax 3 Nano Pro yields best results. Highly effective abrasives remove the destroyed paint layer without the slightest effort. The grey film disappears, the colour is refreshed optimally – the result is brilliant surface, which is protected lastingly.
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