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Re: Car Wax Re: Audi A4 questions

One more thing, I forgot the address:

At 10:57 AM 7/15/97 -0700, CDARRING.US.ORACLE.COM wrote:
>> Finally, what kind of wax can I use to get that  
>> shiny "wet" look? 
>> Steve 
>	Ever since I was a kid, my dad suckered me into believing "waxing 
>Audis is fun".  He'd watch F1 on TV while I was out there in the sun waxing 
>away my young years... 
>	Anyway, I have had the opportunity to use quite a few car waxes 
>(Turtle Wax, Zymol...).  I'd have to say that one of the best waxes I've
>is NuFinish.  NuFinish used to have infomercials on TV where the guy would
>his car through, like, 100 car washes, and the water would still bead on the 
>surface.  Then they would pour Kerosene on the car and set it on 
>fire...ohhh???...but it was protected by the NuFinish...ahhh!!!  Needless to 
>say, I was sold, so I saved up all those nickles my dad was paying me, and 
>bought a bottle (~$5.00 is most K-Mart, Wal-Mart type stores). 
>	Marketing garbage aside, this stuff is actually very good.  
>Application and removal are so easy.  Its non-abraisive (easy on clear
>but the solvents are still strong enough to take off all sorts of little
>tar, paint marks, scratches, and paint oxidation.  Best of all, you get this 
>slick "wet" feeling.  Put the bottle on any slighly non-level surface, and 
>*splat*... the bottle slides off and spills all over the driveway (yeah!).  
>Even my cat and fell while trying to climb on the car.  The bottle claims
>coats per year. 
>P.S.  Alternating between waxes over time is usually not a good idea, as one 
>has a tendency to remove/react with the one already on the car. 
>Chris Darringer 
>'90 80q