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80% Recommend this product (8 of 10 responses)
By Thomas
Florida
Favorite wax!
April 14, 2018
Iâ‚"ve used tons of different waxes, but no more. Iâ‚"m sold. Iâ‚"ve been using this wax for probably 3-4 years and have found it to proovide excellent protection. But, the best thing is just how easy it is to use. Itâ‚"s so easy, I wax the car more often.
ProsGreat protection. Easy to use.
ConsNone.
By RICHARD A.
OR
Easy if you apply thin
August 30, 2017
This is a great wax - one of Sonax's claims is that the nano particles fill in very light swirl marks - after using it I believe the claim - my SuperBlack Nissan 370 is left with a creamy brilliant finish. Just spread it thin - barely noticable - and wipe off within 30 seconds - no problems, no marring. Shine enhanced with Sonax Brilliant Shine Detailer which is really a spray sealant, like Chemical Guys V7, but better - lasts longer, with much better water beading. This is an excellent combination. I apply over a 2 coat base of Chemical Guys Jet Seal for a bug bomb / water spot proof finish. Maintain with Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash, and Brialliant Shine every two weeks. For extra pop I like the Wolfgang Fuzion Spray Wax.
ProsEasy on and off IF you keep it thin - this also makes the product last a long time. Great creamy shine. Perfect base for Sonax Brilliant Shine Detailer Wolfgang Uber Rinseless Wash makes dirt/grimes slide right off surface If you like to wax your car then give this combo a try
By Geo
East Haven, Connecticut
Awesome results
October 19, 2016
I gave it a try and it succeeded my expectations! Easy to apply / Easy to buff off! Water beading is great! I applied it with a foam applicator. Then, I applied a second coat with a buffer. Results were amazing gloss and water beading!
By Felix
Birmingham, AL
Great wax
June 30, 2016
Rates up there with the best.
By Gordon
Seattle WA
Easy on, Easy off, Great shine
February 17, 2015
This is a great liquid wax - over paint or a paint protection film.
ProsEasy, easy, easy.
Cons*If Only* - it would last longer than 4+ months (Pacific NW). But then what "easy" product does?
By Joseph
Los Angeles
Best carnuba blend for a reasonable price
October 16, 2014
I have a Mustang, and one bottle lasts about 5 applications on a normal sized car, aside from the first application that takes about one third to half a bottle on brand new or really cleaned and prepped paint. A thin film goes a long way with this product, so the $20 a bottle cost is right in line with the other cheaper waxes. The product is fairly toxic (though not dangerously so), like most waxes. The tiny particles penetrate into your skin and it is about as hard to get out as chili oil. If you use any nano type wax, this is common, though not stated on the bottles. Buy a box of cheap shop gloves and you'll be perfectly fine.
Pros- Use it every two weeks, three at most. Yes, you are putting some wax on top of old wax, but it works great and takes a lot less effort than stripping off a month's dirt and then re-applying a lot of it on top of completely bare paint. Save the super-cleaning for once or twice a year. - It gives a beautiful glow like Carnuba with the protection of a synthetic to any painted or plastic finish. It looks best with complex mid-tone colors like blues, greens, orange, and so on or anything that's dark. It's incredible, though, on any tri-stage or pearlcoat as it greatly enhances the overtones as the sun changes. You buy this not for pure reflection and pop, but for the car to have a glow/depth to it like pearlcoats do. - Using it every two weeks for a year, my car looks 100% as good as a new car on the lot (compared side by side, not just saying it for effect). It really protects the paint and painted plastics. I've had major grime come right off when I wash it that would have stuck like glue with typical waxes. Zero yellowing of my headlights. - Great on painted wheels. - Zero grit - all chemicals and no abrasives. - Very hard - actually protects against small chips quite well.
ConsThere are a few, but they don't lower the overall score. - It requires a lot of effort to get off of the paint and you'll need about 10-15 small microfiber cloths to get it all off. It clogs the pores of the microfiber quite quickly. Ie - it sticks to the cloth instead of coming off in a powder like some cheaper waxes. That said, 100% of the work CAN be done by hand and a lot of elbow grease. You can get results with some sweating that would take most waxes a rotary tool to accomplish. - Very hard to take off after the sun goes down. It dries almost perfectly clear. - Car has to be clean. Use their paint cleaner if you have stuff to remove - it's basically their wax with abrasives like normal car waxes as far as I can tell. - It's very unpleasant to deal with in the sun as it dries so fast you often end up wiping it off with the return strokes on a panel. Shade is a must while applying, or inside the garage. Taking it off can be done outside with no problems. - Lasts two weeks, optimally, and a month at the most in typical weather. This is not a 6 month and forget it wax, but most Carnuba blends are like that and require application every few weeks.
By Matthew
Scottsdale, AZ
Sonax Wax
June 14, 2014
This is a great wax!! The only hang up i have is on the directions on the back. My experience with this product is that you should not wait two to three minutes before wiping off residue. More like 30 seconds this product hazes on the clear coat almost instantly even in the shade!! It really is a wipe on wipe off product. There is even a video on the SONAX.com website about this product and it shows a guy applying the wax and immediately wiping it off. They claim that it reduces the waxing time by 40% compared to traditional waxes. If you wait too long it requires some pressure to remove even with a light mist of spray wax. And we all know too much pressure with even the softest micro-fiber towel can lead to marring. This product has great water bead up, and after alight polish , this wax really gives the paint some great reflective qualities!! I highly recommend this product.
ProsFast acting wax, quick on quick off
ConsI feel directions are a bit mis-leading
By Tom
Massachusetts
Fast and Easy
February 22, 2014
A liquid wax that goes on so easy and comes off even easier. I use a Wolfgang foam applicator and do a couple panels at a time before removing with a microfiber cloth. Water beading is exceptional, it seems to be quite durable as well. If I want to put a good coat of protection on a car and I'm in a hurry, this is my go to wax. I will definitely buy more when I run out.
Pros-Easy application and Removal -Durability -Great Water Beading
Cons-None
By Drew K.
SONAX Nano Wax
June 4, 2011
SONAX has a real winner with this nano technology wax product. I have been professionally detailing for 14 years and use Meguiar's for most of my work, but have switched to the SONAX line of cleaners and waxes. This wax is "nails" tough. As long as the surface of the car is prepared correctly, and usually with the SONAX Paint Cleaner pre-step, the SONAX wax produces an excellent finish and lasts a lot longer than other professional products.
By Andrew I.
Not a "wow" shine, and hard to remove.
July 6, 2010
I am using the "SONAX Xtreme BrillantWax 1 Nano Pro" in Germany. I am certain that it is the same stuff that is on this site. It is all sealant, and no cleaner/polish. It was very to apply. I used Meg's Ultimate Quick Detailer to wet a cotton applicator. It spread like butter, and the product went a long way. As for removal, it was a bit tough to get off with a microfiber. It did not leave streaks, but was much harder that Klasse SG, or Meg's Gold Class Carnuba +. I can't attest to the durability yet, but will let you know as soon as I do. The shine isn't as "wow" as SG or GC+, but if it is durable, I can excuse that. The car was well prepped, with a very thorough claying followed by a paint cleaning and Meg's "Step 2" hand polish. I pressure wash w/o soap every couple of weeks. The car is kept outside, in the German elements.

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