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I'll be honest. I only looked at this product because I saw a $100 coupon, and my curiosity got the better of me.

Even after the $100 coupon, I'm not spending >$100 on Car Wax, no matter how "Natura" it is. That said, it still might be a deal for some... So I'm posting it.

From $119.33 (with mom) to $160.45 (with regular S&S).

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0043A5B5M/

Selling on fleabay for $275. Yikes!

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and then I clicked on this
Wax
and you can subscribe and save and get it monthly! You gotta be a special kind of rich for this I assume.

For that price, it should apply itself.

kevins7189 said:   and then I clicked on this
Wax 
and you can subscribe and save and get it monthly! You gotta be a special kind of rich for this I assume.

  
Maybe it comes with the services of the model in the 4th picture....

My butler says that this is a quality wax. What's a coupon?

There are more expensive waxes than this. But it's really just about status. Detailers that have to polish up Bentleys and Ferraris need to have a product that is pricey for their clients.

I've done a lot of detailing for my own cars and I really like Chemical Guys products. I actually stop by their shop here in Inglewood once in a while. If you get an honest conversation going with one of their staff you'll know that their 5050 wax is just as good and at a fraction of the price. One of my friends details and uses the fancy paste wax they sell in the machined aluminum jar, it was about $1000 and said it's nothing special but the jar is cool as heck.

With wax and detailing, it's about the prep involved more than the chemicals. But I don't use any of the Meguairs or stuff you can buy at Pepboys. At the minimum you should clay, seal, then put a layer of wax on.

That said this is a very low price for ezyme...

If you own a car worth putting this wax on, I doubt you shop the Hot Deals forum (though just maybe you visit the Finance forum frequently). Seriously, with all the options out there, investing $60-100 in a complete setup (polish, wax, finishing spray) of the likes of Zaino, Collinite, or Pinnacle is already "high end" for the 1%'ers.

Badfishlbc said:   There are more expensive waxes than this. But it's really just about status. Detailers that have to polish up Bentleys and Ferraris need to have a product that is pricey for their clients.

I've done a lot of detailing for my own cars and I really like Chemical Guys products. I actually stop by their shop here in Inglewood once in a while. If you get an honest conversation going with one of their staff you'll know that their 5050 wax is just as good and at a fraction of the price. One of my friends details and uses the fancy paste wax they sell in the machined aluminum jar, it was about $1000 and said it's nothing special but the jar is cool as heck.

With wax and detailing, it's about the prep involved more than the chemicals. But I don't use any of the Meguairs or stuff you can buy at Pepboys. At the minimum you should clay, seal, then put a layer of wax on.

That said this is a very low price for ezyme...

  
Only $849 on the Chemical Guys website..

http://www.chemicalguys.com/CAR_WAX_PASTE_PROJECT_J97_ULTIMATE_W...

Spinefan said:   For that price, it should apply itself.
  Then buff itself off....

The only way this is a great deal is if it is body wax!!!!

Can this also be used to polish my monocle?

It turns your car into a flying unicorn

Chemical guys is hit and miss. They have a few gems but mostly mediocre products for high prices.

Meguiar's is a much larger company has has a way larger R&D budget so I mostly trust their stuff, for usually less than half the price of Chemical Guys stuff.

Gonna try this out on the ///M3. Thanks!

Instructions were not clear, now I have wax all over the keyboard.



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