Drivers need to be careful with car cleaning products that make boasts about delivering a great look in half the time, as there are some jobs which cannot be scrimped on.
One of them is waxing, however, when a company of the calibre of Autoglym makes such a statement, motorists may be wise to sit up and listen.
According to the firm, it can be applied while the car is still wet from washing, meaning drivers do not have to use a chamois leather to get rid of surface water.
One car enthusiast who was unconvinced at first is Richard Auock from MSN Cars, who used the product on a Renault Megane.
After having the job done in 12 minutes, he admitted he was happy with the wax.
"Results? Pretty impressive, I have to say. The shine was deep, the finish smooth and the inevitable rain later in the day demonstrated top-drawer water-beading qualities," the writer added.
Ryan Riegel, a detailing enthusiast, told Your News Now that a dual-orbital buffer is an effective way of applying car waxes.
Posted by Matt Casson