Wax Spot Pad - Pack of 2
- Product Type:
- To fit the Handi Puck
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Developed to provide even application of hard waxes. Wax spot pads transform your Hand Puck into the ideal finishing tool capable of applying multiple wax-based protection layers to a whole vehicle in a matter of minutes.
Constructed from super-soft, scratch-less foam, just a quarter of a turn in your favourite hard wax will be enough to complete each panel, making adding durable protection quicker and easier than ever before.
Care Instructions: Hand wash only with warm soapy water, rinse thoroughly, lay to dry.
Supplied as a dual pack. Also compatible with the old style Handi Puck.
- Size: 500mm x 700mm.
- Deep 1200gsm pile to absorb all surface water.
- Super absorbent inner core.
- Effortless drying.
- Machine washable .
How do I wash my pads/applicators?
To care for your pads and applicators, follow these simple steps:1. Soak the pads and applicators in warm soapy water (non-bio liquid detergent). 2. Massage any excess product out of the pads/applicator with your thumbs. 3. Rinse the pad/applicator thoroughly with warm clean water. 4. Once thoroughly rinsed, wring out any excess water so they are just damp. 5. Leave to air dry naturally in a cool dry place *DO NOT tumble dry*. 6. Finally, once completely dry, store in an air tight container.
Is there any benefit to applying a second layer of wax?
In terms of extra gloss and added protection, yes, adding a second coat is always beneficial. What this will do is build up more of a physical barrier to the elements and further level the optical finish to make paintwork appear even deeper and glossier. A wax layer that’s double the thickness will proportionally increase these characteristics making it a great way of getting your paintwork to look its absolute best - essentially adding more warmth and depth - which is a great pro-tip for show cars and other pampered vehicles. So, why not just add a single thick layer in the first place? Well, it’s because the wax has to bond to the surface, and only the thin layer that makes contact with your paintwork can successfully bond. Laying on a thick application simply means that you’ll be buffing off most of the wax - all the wax that hasn’t bonded - wasting your car wax, and your cash. Conversely, once that first layer has cured, another thin layer can easily bond on top of the original wax layer, building up the protection and shine. With our Signature Hard Waxes, just half a turn in the tin with a Waxmate XL or Wax Spot Pad is more than enough for a whole large panel, and the goal is always to get your wax on there as thinly and evenly as possible, while ensuring complete coverage. We recommend leaving the vehicle for 3-4 hours for a hard wax to cure (or 2 hours when using Radiance Carnauba Crème, which is classed as a liquid wax) before adding your second coat. For more on wax application, and some top tips for the most effective surface preparation, see our full guide – Getting The Most From A Hard Wax.