Noir

Noir

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The Concours car wax originally blended for a Bugatti owner.

  • 6Superb Concours Shine
  • 200ml Offers c45 Applications
  • 2/3 Months Durability 
  • 100% Natural Oils & Waxes
  • Brand New Label Design 
  • Personalised Label
  • Easily Layerable 

Noir was blended as a request from a Bugatti owner in Los Angeles. The Bugatti in question had dark paintwork and needed to look it’s best driving the coastal roads. Bugatti is one of our glossiest waxes for darker paintwork, so the blend characteristics I decided on was super high gloss, ideal for darker cars.

Noir includes oils and other natural ingredients which are unique to this wax. If you want your car to have that superb concours shine then Bayern is a wax you must have in your collection.

Noir will offer 2-3 months longevity which can be enhanced with regular maintenance washes and topped up with products such as wax+, endurance or glace.

Mitchell and king is renowned for superb quality and Noir is no different.

Noir is blended in house and hand poured guaranteeing the quality expected.

 

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Rich And Warm

M&K's Molsheim Wax is easy to use and leaves a warm, rich finish. Apply a nice thin coat, allow to cure and buff off; it's that simple.

See topic http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=379932&highlight=molsheim

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Our waxes are made in house, right here in Scotland. We use natural ingredients and use more than 10 years of blending knowledge to provide you with the very best products.

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Rich And Warm

M&K's Molsheim Wax is easy to use and leaves a warm, rich finish. Apply a nice thin coat, allow to cure and buff off; it's that simple.

See topic http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=379932&highlight=molsheim