What?waxing a focus is not worth it unless you have all the tools like buffer/buffer pads /an extension cord / and a good cement slab[wrenchin]
but i recommend turtle wax especially if your cars yellow
hi name is glen i have auto detailing business i would to do the 3 steps you do before you wax . the best one to use is morthers carnuba wax in liquid. let me know how that works.I've tried out a couple different waxes. Just curious as which everybody else has tried out and thought was good?
i waxed it in the winter and it doesnt seem to look that good so i only wax fofo during the summer!!but i agree with you waxing is good but im still woking the bugs out getting it better each time,and it is winter so i see that useless to wax right now[idea]What?
Any waxing is better than no waxing. Hand waxing, while not ideal, still works, it just takes a little longer and the coat is not as even as if you'd have used a buffer.
**Like**Just got my Finish Kare 1000p in yesterday, applied a thin coat and I have to say how easy this stuff was to work with. Of course you have to be careful around trim but that's ok. The coat is slick to the touch, and I noticed a drastic difference in bug marks on the front of the car from driving down the highway. Stuff was worth the money!