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      04-11-2006, 01:07 PM   #1
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I have (less say one hood worth) of 16.9 oz high gloss and 10oz of all in one - paid $33.00 for the set last week - and willing to sell say $15.00 - delivered (USA only pls)

otherwise they will just sit in my box of waxes and I am sure someone else will appreciate them.


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      04-11-2006, 01:23 PM   #2
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What was wrong with the way they looked on your car? Or did it have to do with the lenghty application process?
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In my opinion it didn't look different than using mother's wax but harder to apply....perhaps I am old fashioned but mother treats me well.....
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I have used Mother's Carnuba wax and have liked it along with other Carnuba variants--Kit, Classic, etc. Carnuba shines very well, but I have always found it a bit difficult to wipe off, especially on non-metallic parts like plastic trim.

I have also used Rain Dance in the past. This product beads water tremendously and lasts forever, but is very difficult to rub off.

I am currently using Klasse AOI and SG, which I personally find easier to apply and rub off. As for longevity, it's a bit too soon to tell, but I applied both shortly after I received my car (this January), and the water is still beading. I wash my car once or twice a week sometimes. When it comes to shine, it's hard to beat carnuba, but then again, my car was shiny before I waxed it. The acrylic Klasse products make the painted surface glow and feel smooth.

It would be nice to see an objective comparison between all products. I cannot say anything bad about Mother's or other carnuba products, but I do like the Klasse products since they suit my needs at the moment.
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I am using the Mother's reflections line which is synthetic wax and easier to apply than the old Carnauba wax -

I've lowered the price for these two full bottles - any takers ?
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