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tom@3dproducts
06-28-2012, 03:56 PM
HD POXY along with HD UNO were the 2 products that changed my professional life as a detailer. After the first detail, I was hooked. I couldn't believe how much simpler and easier it was while you use a lot less too! Using only 2 products, yet the gloss/shine was noticeably better. That was August of 2009. I have been using these 2 products ever since.

Crafted from Mined Fossilized Montan Wax
Higher Temp-Resistance than Carnauba!

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HD Poxy®, is a hybrid paint sealant/wax that has been designed to bond to the painted surface for protection and a long lasting durable shine. Its montan wax properties wilHD Poxy®, is a hybrid paint sealant/wax that has been designed to bond to the painted surface for protection and a long lasting durable shine. Its montan wax properties will darken the appearance and create depth for the ultimate wet-look shine, works exceptionally well on all colors including black and dark color paints. Unlike any wax available HD Poxy® will give you a deep, glossy finish while protecting against the natural effects of Mother Nature, bird droppings, acid rain, hard water deposits and many other adverse paint challenges.

Crafted from Mined Fossilized Montan Wax HD POXY® is the highest heat resistant wax on the market. Carnauba Wax melts at 187°F, whereas Montan Wax melting point is 203°F.l darken the appearance and create depth for the ultimate wet-look shine, works exceptionally well on all colors including black and dark color paints. Unlike any wax available HD Poxy® will give you a deep, glossy finish while protecting against the natural effects of Mother Nature, bird droppings, acid rain, hard water deposits and many other adverse paint challenges.

Crafted from Mined Fossilized Montan Wax HD POXY® is the highest heat resistant wax on the market. Carnauba Wax melts at 187°F, whereas Montan Wax melting point is 203°F.

tom@3dproducts
06-28-2012, 03:56 PM
Nothing but HD UNO & HD POXY

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