I’ve not had a chance to try my little jar of loveliness, as it’s been bloody freezing or constantly raining 🙄 looking forward to dipping into it very soon 👊🏻
Just as promised! I love the products!!
When opening the flight case and seeing the aluminum jar, you know this wax is special. I recently applied it to my father's Infiniti and the results were staggering. Armour applies very easily and leaves a stunning finish.
Really nice to use and looks great
I had my first chance to use Armour the other day on my Phaeton. Given the weather and levels of salt on the road I decided on something quite hard wearing. It was extremely easy to apply with a foam applicator pad and was left on the vehicle for approximately 10 minutes to cure. After that time it removed very easily (much easier than other carnauba based waxes I've used) and left an extremely smooth and glass like feel to the paintwork which had been clayed prior to application. From experience I've known carnauba to mute the effects of metallic paint however Armour seemed to really make the metallic flake sparkle when hit by the sun. It also offered a very glossy look to the paint which looked fantastic in the sun as well as at night with all the lights shining on it. After days of rain since application it's clear that Armour offers very tight and uniform beading and after driving it to work in the rain I was pleased to see that the car was bone dry after the journey as all of the water had simply blown off. My usual "go to" carnauba wax is Chemical Guys Celeste Dettaglio V2 which offers extreme ease of use and great reflectivity however falls miles short of Armour in relation to durability and hydrophobic quality. Armour offered outstanding protection whilst still providing the paint with a wet gloss look and was just as easy to use as Celeste. All in all it has been a pleasure using Armour offering the best of everything. And the fantastic scent is definitely worth a mention.
I thought I'd let you know what a pleasure it was to have used another M&K product. I've also attached a photo of my Armour as I was overwhelmed by the packaging and jar in which it was contained.