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      05-12-2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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shout out for Prima car care products, made in Denver.

Prima car care is making some excellent products out of Denver, CO. Each bottle costs around $20. I like the fact that the product is produced domestically. I can recommend their polishes, waxes and especially their glaze product Amigo. It evens out/erases so many little things before the wax goes on. The results speak for themselves.

Here is their Epic wax on the car ( applied 4mo ago, maintained with their Hydro spray wax after washing.)

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How does the spray wax work? Is it like a regular spray detailer, where you wash the car and then apply it like wax? Or is it something you can apply before you dry the car and wipe it off with the car?
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How does the spray wax work? Is it like a regular spray detailer, where you wash the car and then apply it like wax? Or is it something you can apply before you dry the car and wipe it off with the car?
You apply it after washing, wet or dry. Wet works better in my experience. It can go on paint, glass or vinyl. It dries clear even on the windshield. It floats on top of the actual wax, I believe...
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