For full protection, you need to apply a car body wax, and experts recommend that this be done at least every three months. However, there are varieties of wax that can be used much more frequently. If you’re really obsessive, some can be used as often as every few days.
Amor Body Wax generally provide longer-lasting protection and are easier to use in the sun than older-style carnauba-based waxes. Normally, the newer liquid or paste waxes provide the longest-lasting protection — usually three or four months if the car is kept in a garage and not exposed to a harsh environment.
When applying a liquid or paste wax, you’ll use the same technique: small, circular, overlapping strokes, using a microfiber-covered or foam applicator pad and working one section of the vehicle at a time. As in the other steps, remove the wax with a microfiber towel that you’ve folded into fourths, using one side to break the waxy surface, then flipping the towel over to a clean side to remove any additional residue.
How To Use: Hand Application:
Squeeze a small amount of Body Wax onto a foam or microfiber applicator pad.
Spread over the entire vehicle in a thin, even coat.
Allow Body Wax to bond with surfaces for 15 minutes. Buff off with a premium microfiber towel.
Once removed, allow 30 minutes of cure time before adding a second coat if desired