|Item Weight||6.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 4 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||12701W|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||12701W|
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P21S 12701W 100% Carnauba Wax
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Contains #1 grade carnauba as sole raw wax ingredient. Delivers the rock hard longevity scuff and detergent resistance that only carnauba can. Does not contain cleaners, dyes or perfumes.
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I have compared the two P21S brand car waxes on three different cars and the results are very predictable. The 100% wax is much harder to work with but provides a greater water, dust,and dirt repellency compared to the Concours wax. However, the 100% Carnauba wax takes much more time and effort to apply/remove, while ABSOLUTELY leaving white residue on black trim. Comparatively, the Concours wax is far easier to apply / remove and does NOT leave any white residue on black trim. In fact, it's the best product I found that actually removes the white residue leftover from the 100% left on black trim.
I do not believe that the 100% carnauba wax is worth the extra money compared to the Concours wax and I will not be buying it again. Since I have 3/4ths of the original jar still remaining, I plan to only use it on large open areas of the car such as the hood and roof, where I won't run into any black trim pieces getting white residue on them. I'll then use the Concours wax on all the other areas of my car due to its remarkable ease of application and the fact that I won't have to worry about white residue being left behind.
I'm totally sold on the Concours wax but I have to admit that the 100% carnauba wax provides better paint protection, but it's just not worth the added cost or hassle dealing with it.
It's also a good wax for everyday vehicles because I doesn't leave the white residue on plastics, rock chips, rubber, etc. It goes on easily and wipes off clean with little pressure. Not being loaded with the cleaners, dyes, and junk like 99% of the waxes you'll find at the local parts stores means this won't leave white all over the plastics and rubber. In fact, you could apply this to those things and it will wipe clear - though I recommend using other products to protect those things.
It's a great all-around wax and though its initial expense can be considered "expensive" A single jar of this will do ~20 vehicles and its shelf life is forever - unlike the liquid waxes which seem to turn to slime & oil if it sits around for very long. It's hard for me to know exactly how many cars a can will do because it gets picked up and used around the dealership constantly. Everyone likes how easy it is to use!
But I’m not the only one impressed by this wax. I took my car to my local body shop to get some work done and I gave them this wax to use instead of their own, and the detailers fell in love with it. They couldn’t believe how easy it was to apply AND take off. Most pure carnauba waxes cannot be left to haze, not unless you want to spend a few weeks trying to get it off. With this wax that doesn’t happen. You can let it haze and it still remains one of the easiest waxes to remove.
I love this wax and so will you.
When installing the plumbing for my sink, the manufacturer (Kingston Brass) for my faucet recommended in the instructions polishing the chrome every few weeks with carnuba wax to keep the chrome in good shape ( protect the finish from stuff in your water, and general wear and tear). Not only that, things really shine anyway with a good waxing.
A few months back, I tried using the bar form of carnuba wax, and found that to be a completely impossible task (working in tight spaces with the bar form was just not a doable task, nomatter how I did it ( using a rag and rubbing some off on the rag and then onto fixures was no good).
I wanted something that was really pure carnuba wax, but easy to use that wouldn't damage my chrome in the longrun (prettymuch all waxes have other stuff in it, which concerns me) .
This stuff is really simple to use (and pure). Using the included polishing sponge thing - just rub it around in the wax, and it melts a bit and picks up on the sponge. Then, coat my chrome fixtures with it, and wipe clean after a few minutes. Couldn't be easier. This is a great product (although pretty darn expensive). But, I would expect that I can use this forever, as I don't need that much of it. So, it's worth the money to me.