Yeah, but you have a dry heat, lol.😉
Adams's Polishes makes Patriot wax...great in all climates.I live in central Florida and it gets real hot amount here. Today it was 95,97. Just wondering if any others who live in these hot places ,use or know of products that work best in protecting the finish on the cars. There are so many on the market that it can be confusing.
This is called a nanoskin mitt and is indeed for detailers doing many cars. A weekend detailer can get the same with the "nanoskin fine sponge" for 12 bucks for the detailing sites. Clay is indeed a dead procedure...and once again many solutions and many opinions..it has been a long run of 95+ here ..going on about 15 days and all Vettes are shiny here! The new "in" thing is a clay-bar-like MITT which the pro's use..like a big wash rag but is basically a giant clay bar..about $40 I am told and is re-usable many times, but you won't need it if you keep your car clean. About every 3 days I foam mine and blow it dry then microfiber it off to finish...works great (on top of CQuartz of course)..what's with this weather????
I disagree. The Nanoskin-type mitts, towels, sponges, and pads are great for a lot of things, but there are some situations where they simply aren't ideal. Clay is more conformable to odd curves and areas on a car where other alternatives can't effectively reach, and the more mild nature of clay means that it is possible to have very little (if any) marring left behind on cars without a lot of contaminants to dislodge. With Nanoskin, it's almost universal that you'll have to polish the car after use, which is fine for those of us who do so regularly or are just prepping for paint correction, but for others that can be a detrimental side effect.Clay is indeed a dead procedure.
I'm glad you have found something that works well for you.Sorry I disagree, I have used both and a fine nanoskin has worked in every situation and induced no marring. It's all about the procedure...l
Let's put it this way: for a new vette, clay is dead to me....
I live in central Florida and it gets real hot amount here. Today it was 95,97. Just wondering if any others who live in these hot places ,use or know of products that work best in protecting the finish on the cars. There are so many on the market that it can be confusing.
All day ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!I live in Louisiana-similar weather. I have had spectacular results with Zaino-takes all day but worth it. Can't wait to get it on my new Vette!
you got a green vette?I only use Garage One products (Speed Wax, Leather Conditioner, Tire Gel, etc. ) made right here in Tampa, Fl.
I have A LRG M7 NPP coupe and win Best - In - Class alot.
The Speed Wax can be applied to a hot (clean of course) car in direct sunlight. It doesn't leave a white chalk around seams.
I can wax the car in about 40 minutes.