Yes, I was mentioning waxing, a thin layer on the surface.
In fact, this layer will "logically" protect the paint from dust, bird droppings etc. however I remember before those new waxing techniques, many people were suggesting those polishing techniques. Now they say that it was damaging the surface; now they recommend this new waxing technique.
The paint of my Mustang is not bad at all, only surface is not very slippery and I need to wash it every weekend to clean the bird droppings.
My previous car Renault had regional color lost because of the sunlight, and I had polished it. After a year it became even worser. Then I repaint all the body to get rid of those problems.
I would like to use my Mustang many years so I do not want to make a mistake that would cost me alot.
Those whom are using waxing:
- Do you need to do it every 6 months or year?
- Will it be a problem if not repeat the waxing?
- Will this wax be lost by time?
- Will it give any harm to the paint because of the chemical reactions? (by time)
I also wonder if this technique is very useful, why the car manufactures aren't using it especially for the expensive cars like BMW, Ferrari, Mercedes?
Many thanks for the replys.
97 Mustang GT Coupe