You can do, however this will mask the finish of the wax.
FAQ Category: General
Use Cleanser-Fluid to remove tar. It will also remove sap and any remaining wax, polish or sealers from the paint surface.
Finis-Wax is best used on darker paintwork as it imparts a warm glow, whereas Double Speed-Wax is best on light paintwork. This is only a slight advantage however, and both waxes can be used on any colour paintwork.
Yes, all of our waxes are safe to use on cellulose paintwork.
Wash the applicator pad by hand.
The microfibre cloths can be washed in a washing machine with your usual washing detergent, do not use fabric conditioner.
Auto-Balm This wax will inhibit corrosion on older paintwork, as well as other metal and chrome surfaces. Auto-Balm creates a barrier on damage sites such as stone chips. On poor condition paintwork, Cleanser-Polish should be used first, as Auto-Balm does not contain abrasives. Auto-QD Our fastest detailer, can be used on its own, or before …
Yes, wet foam applicator pad under tap and wring out as much as possible before use.
While Double Speed-Wax will provide the best protection for this, the acidic nature of the bird droppings will still damage paintwork. It is recommended that the car is cleaned of droppings as soon as possible to prevent the acid from eating into the paintwork.
Yes, Hydra-Wax is intended for use as a last stage product. Auto-QD can be used to safely clean paintwork between washes.
It is possible to mask these marks with several of our products including Cleanser Polish, however the only way to remove the marks completely is to have them removed by a paint correction company who can use machine polishing techniques to do this.