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      11-10-2011, 02:12 PM   #1
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Any one wax their M3 with the World's Best Wax?

Every year, I go to the Toronto Car show, and, every year, they have a representative from Autobahn Auto Salon, which is located on Langstaff Road in Concord, selling the World's Best Wax.
I just waxed my car- I washed it, then used the Meguiar's clay bar, did a pre- wax cleaner and then finished with a coat of the World's Best Wax. The car looks great.
I have noticed that with white paint, there are rust- coloured flecks on the paint that can not be removed with a regular wash- not sure if any one else has experienced this. It was explained to me that these flecks are normal- road debris- and the clay bay and pre- wax cleaner got rid of most of them.
Just wondering if anyone else has had experience with the product or what you use for your car.
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      11-10-2011, 03:57 PM   #2
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I have been using Worlds Best Wax for years on my cars. I have always been happy with how it goes on and the shine. I do use other products for polish and sealants etc., but it is my first choice for wax. Sure there are more expensive and better waxes, but I have always had great results with WBW. I believe they have also started sealing Menzerna products as well - which I also use.
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      11-15-2011, 01:33 AM   #3
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those yellowish specs are from the brake dust. Clay bar will take out most of them but it is a major pain the ass.
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      11-15-2011, 01:37 AM   #4
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You should remove all the yellow specs .. it's metallic particles stuck in the paint. Doesn't have to be brake dust, it can be rail dust or industrial fallout if you are near rail tracks or near places with lots of iron or factories.

Clay will remove it, otherwise you can use Iron X to remove it. If you leave it, it'll eat into your paint and eventually start to rust.
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      11-15-2011, 08:19 AM   #5
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Thank you for all of the input.
I used the clay bar and pre- wax cleaner and the flecks are now pretty much none- existent- the car looks great!
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