great results and easy application
I was looking to bring out the metallic flake on a new 2018 vehicle of mine. I learnt of M&K waxes by way of the Detailing World website. Not by someone's word of mouth or a recommendation from a detailer. I liked what was being offered and the approach M&K had towards their product line. Anvil fit my need and was first applied using only one application. The feeling I perceived was a thicker finish when buffed off. I liked the thicker feeling of more wax protecting my paint. I plan to do a better application using Pure and will layer Anvil when weather permits, for a more quality shine. I'm satisfied knowing the shell is being better taken care of using this wax. Is M&K my Achilles heel in waxes? I'll let you know.
First time to use anvil on mine car. I put on 3 layers. When the sun hits the car the flakes in the paint pop. Great clear wax.
After machine polishing and an application of Pure I treated my metallic Flame Red paintwork to two coats of Anvil.
Applied with a M&K microfibre applicator, buffed off with ease.
All I can say is that it looks absolutely sensational, very glossy with great depth, but most of all, the flake pop is fantastic. Flame Red is a lovely colour and Anvil has really bought out the flake in the paintwork.
After spending a few days polishing my car Anvil was the LSP of choice.
The first application was left to cure on the whole car for about 15 minutes before being buffed off. After about an hour a second application was left for a few minutes per panel before being buffed off.
With each method the wax buffed off easily even in direct sunlight.
The finish is simply stunning, the flake pop is amazing and there is a real depth to the paint.