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Car Wax Removal

Planning to apply a new coat of wax to your car? Given in this story are some tips on removing the old coat of wax, so that you have a clean base ready for re-waxing your vehicle.
Mamta Mule
Applying car wax is much important so as to protect its color, and also to keep minor scratches at bay. But sometimes you might want to remove the old coat, as it may have lost its luster, making the surface of your vehicle look dull and baked. Whatever be the reason, removing the old wax is much essential to get a perfect finish with the new coat.

Removing the Wax

You can either buy a commercial remover or use liquid dish soap to remove the wax. Using a heavy duty liquid dish soap is sure to strip off the coat. Wash the car section by section with the product, making sure that you use a glass cleaner for the windows and windshield. Once you are done scrubbing the car, use a high pressure washer or spray nozzle to remove all the remnant of soap from the car.
Commercial wax removers are the best for taking out the old wax coat. They give the best results and do not damage the paint. All you need to do is follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Failing to do so, will result in damages to your cars paint and overall finish. Always compare different brands, by checking the reviews, and buying the best of the lot.
Usually, car wash centers that provide waxing services for your vehicle, remove the old coat before putting a new one on. But, if you want to polish your car at home, then it is very important that you take an entire day off to do it. If you have second thoughts about waxing your car yourself, then get it done from a professional, as you would not want to damage the paint or look of your car.