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Introduction to Detailer Training Series Course
When detailing a vehicle, producing results correctly, safely, and effectively is crucial, especially in the professional detailing industry.
There are currently four (4) Auto Valet waxes available.
Waxing frequency and longevity depends on the type of wax used, the surrounding climate, and the soap used to wash the vehicle. Natural or synthetic waxes last between one to four months. It is important to ensure the paint is free of dirt, tar, grease, and other surface contaminants before applying a wax to ensure effective adherence.
Surrounding climate. Climate affects the durability of waxes. Harsh weather conditions such as rain, wind, snow (and the accompanying road salts) will break the bond between the resin and the painted surface quicker than dry, mild conditions. Constant exposure to bright sunlight will also accelerate wax deterioration.
Vehicle wash soap. Use a pH neutral soap, not a highly alkaline soap. The alkalis will strip resins from the painted surface, lessening gloss and exposing the surface to the elements.
When washing a waxed surface, use a pH neutral soap, not a highly alkaline soap. The alkalis will strip resins from the painted surface, lessening gloss and exposing the surface to the elements. Diluted AUTO WASH is the recommended pH neutral soap, for washing waxed surfaces, to extend the longevity of the applied wax.