Re: new synthetic wax vs reflections?
We always recommend the least-aggressive method first approach, but that is generally pertaining to aggressive products. Keep in mind that any of our paint care products would be an excellent choice on a new car if the finish is in good shape due to their mild cleaners and polishes -- it's just that 3 steps may be more than the paint would appreciate, so if you can save yourself some time and effort, we include those 1-step options.
It's when a finish in poor shape -- whether old or new -- that the situation starts making the decision more critical, and levels of aggressiveness become more distinct.
And daz, don't get too carried away as to why we still sell this brand or that -- while we continuously improve our formulas, but when we come out with something markedly different, like our new California Gold Synthetic Wax, it gives us a chance to present it to potentially new customers as well as longtime users of Mothers.
That said, for micvog, I'd heartily recommend California Gold Synthetic Wax for a new car.
Daz, if you haven't tried California Gold Synthetic Wax, give it a shot.
And yes, part of my reasoning in a previous thread for recommending it is that it's new and it's readily available at major auto parts stores and likely your local smaller shop -- if it's not on the shelf, ask for it by part number 05716 California Gold Synthetic Wax and they should be able to get it.
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