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Can I apply the optimum spray wax by wax spreader

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Hi guy,

 

I have one of 14v portable cordless wax attack which my brother and I used to use to apply liquid waxes.

 

I would like to ask if I can apply the optimum spray wax by the cordless wax attack machine?

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I have some towels, high pile and low pile, and also mf applicator. Which one should I use when I apply and spread, and which one when I wipe off the residue.

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Use the high pile. Fold it in four. Spray OCW on one part of the towel, one or two (depending on the size) sprays on the panel and spread, turn the towel to a dry side to buff off.

 

Its real easy and a joy to use. It also leaves a slick surface behind.

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Hi A&J, i used it for the first time yesterday. I just applied it with high pile, but did not buff off, as was not directed on the bottle. Should I give it a quick buff off when I get home today?

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What do you mean it diddnt buff off?

 

Did it leave anything behind?

 

Did you shake the bottle prior spraying, did you spread and buff off with your microfiber?

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I sprayed and wipe it down with a high pile mf towel. But i did not clean up the residue with a short pile mf towel. Today the car is shiny but it looks like i applied more than enough.

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Perhaps you really did use too much. Like you said in the other thread 80ml is too much. One or two sprays per panel is more than enough.

 

Check out this vid for directions how to use it

 

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It wont damage anything. If you are left with streaks or anything (I still dont know what was left on your paint) it will slowly wash off during ONR washes. Nothing to worry about, just be sure to use OCW sparingly and you will be fine.

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Optiseal will also remove OCW. I use OCW as part of the drying process and do not buff afterwards. OCW is not like a traditional wax where you apply, let it cure and then buff. As previously suggested, I think the problem you have encountered is simply applying too much product. One spray per panel or two on a larger panel. No need to over think things

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Thank you guys, I really appreciate. I really realised how much more than I needed, when I look at the spray bottle, after waxing whole car. :)

 

I was like this bottle should do more than 5-6 cars. However, it turned out that it was me who used way lore than what I need.

 

How about ferrex? How much should i spray on each wheel? And is it to be used at each wash or less frequently?

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Just spray enough to cover each wheel and you should not need to use it for each wash. FerreX turns red when it is dissolving ferrous materials, if you're not getting red, it's not needed.

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