- Innovative car wax with 40 Vol.% Brazilian Grade One carnauba wax, additionally enriched with PTFE *
- The proverbial PTFE* pan effect creates a sophisticated protective shield on the paintwork
- The combination of a high carnauba content and PTFE* creates a highly reflective, super-smooth protective shield
- Particularly recommended for automobiles in everyday's life that are exposed to the elements
- A 200 ml wax lasts for 10 to 20 applications
- Leaves no white residue neither on rubbers nor badges or body gaps
Important: Prior to the first application, the finish must be pretreated with Paint Rubber (clay bar) and Cleaner Fluid Regular so that the wax can permanently bond to the paint surface.
Included in the scope of delivery are:
- Shield PTFE* Carnauba wax, 200 ml Premium car wax containing 40% by volume of pure Brazilian Grade One carnauba wax for all paint finishes
- Paint-Rubber regular (yellow). Clay bar (about 120g) easily removes adhering deposits on the paint surface (like soot, paint overspray, tar spots, rust, insect remains, etc.) without scratching the paintwork
- Quick Finish, 250 ml Effortlessly removes fingerprints, dust, grease, dirt or bird droppings in a matter of seconds - without water
- Applicator pad, sponge (black) for application of plastic conditioners
- Swissvax Handbook English
- Carrying bag with zipper
The art of a composition
Carnauba Waxes are nothing new. As early as the 19th century, waxes were made from 100% carnauba wax. Their disadvantage was the low durability, because a 100% pure carnauba wax can be rubbed off with a bare finger. The Swissvax secret of its exceptionally long-lasting carnauba formulations lies in the mixture of carnauba wax with other waxes, fruit oil extracts as well as a production technology that takes several hours using double-walled microparticles (so-called micro-incapsulation).
Wax tin for wax tin made by hand
Even today the Swissvax carnauba waxes are made and filled wax tin for wax tin in our manufactory exclusively by hand. The high-quality and complicated formulations do not allow for an industrial production.