The saying that you get what you pay for is particularly true when it comes to car wax, as the more expensive products tend to deliver the best results.
Ben Groves, a freelance researcher and writer, said in an article on suite101.com that Autoglym’s High Definition Wax may be dearer than other options on the shelf but when it is applied it is easy to see why.
This wax costs around Â£40 for a 150g tub and while this may seem like a lot, it is good value considering what it does to a car’s bodywork.
"In general, more expensive waxes will tend to give a better shine and may also have additional benefits such as not leaving white marks around window edges," Mr Groves said.
Another car wax which has been recommended is Meguiar’s Ultimate Quik Wax.
According to a review of car waxes on the findgascards blog, the spray-on wax is easy to use and leaves little or no residue.
Posted by James Robson