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tom@3dproducts
08-08-2012, 02:38 PM
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I feel like hitting my head against the wall for not trying this product a long time ago. Our van was in pretty bad shape, due to many short trips in the last few months.


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As you can see the van needed some TLC. So last night I spent some time to give it a good wash. It has been a while since the car was waxed, so there was no protection on the car, the water was just sitting on the paint but I just couldn't leave it like that. In general, the paint is in very good shape, but it felt very dry after the van was dried. I thought, let me see how EXPRESS WAX performs. I had an unopened bottle. Perfect! Shook it up, took a Micro Fiber applicator and applied it to the whole car. Went back to the starting point and wiped the residue off. Applied it to the windows as well, because I noticed how slick it felt even on the windows.


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I was very happy with the result. The paint feels very slick, look very glossy and wet. Application is a breeze. Spreads very evenly, comes off even easier. Doesn't streak, which is a common concern with many spray wax products. I even applied it to the bumpers and side view mirrors. Express Wax doesn't stain.The best part? Took me only 7 minutes to apply and remove.


So if you want a product, that is quick and easy to apply and looks beautiful, a bottle of EXPRESS WAX should be in your stash. Highly recommended.


My Process Was:
1 - rinse
2 - 3D Yellow Degreaser on wheels/tires
3 - 3D Bug Remover on the hood and front of the car
4 - 3D Pink Car Soap
5 - 3D Trim Care Gel on tires