One of the WAX I've always wanted to get in M & K's WAX.
That was "RORY".
The pleasant citrus aroma lifts the mood.
In the first layer construction, I applied WAX too thickly, which made the wiping heavy, but this problem was escaped by using QD.
In the construction of the second and third layers, when the construction was carried out with a little consciousness of applying a thin coat, it could be wiped off lightly.
Luster like wet with water. Reflection that reflects the scenery on the car body even with faint light.
When I finished all the steps and saw the completed car body, the feeling of fatigue faded away and the finish was such that I could naturally smile.
My WAX collection will continue to grow, but I think "RORY" will definitely be the top 3 of my waxes.
I first gave the paint an iron fallout remover, then the usual wash routine, then used pre-wax cleaner polish, then gave paint IPA wipe down. I applied the wax, thin layer even layer, left it cure good 30 minutes on cool panel during July heat. Removed wax with short pile micro fibre cloth. Then i applied second coat hour later. As i buffed, all i could see this shimmering wet look, the metallic came out of the paint also. I was blown away with the result so i had to take a picture, i have had friend and neighbours compliment the car paint. Remember its all about prep work. Amazing wax produced by M&K.