So, here I am two hours later. I went to AutoZone and got the wax. The weather here is almost perfect for a wash and wax. Its 77 degrees, overcast and humid. The Bonneville was painted about a year ago (Maaco special) and the only wax until now has been the spray on at the car wash. Btw Maaco did a so so job but the paint quality and color was nice and the clear coat really looks good. Anyway, after washing and wiping it down I followed the directions. Simple, spray on, wipe with a dry cloth. No buffing, no residue, smells kind of like bubble gum. It was easy to use. I tried doing the left half of the car and comparing it to the right half but I couldn't see a difference so at least there wasn't a negative. Again, the clear coat is awesome. Apparently I didn't have any oxidation to speak of. Even when I looked at the white towel that I was using there was a little dirt and a slight blue gray color since that is the color of the wax. It worked well as a cleaner for all of the little specks of left over crap from who knows what. It should rain within the next few hours so I can see how well it repels water. It did not have the feel of a petroleum based liquid and they did not list any ingredients. I am old school so I always have looked for carnuba based waxes and still think they are the best but for a quickie job I must admit it was easy. Probably best as a maintenance between good deep polishes. I have never posted pics of my rides so I will here. The Park ave hasn't been detailed yet so excuse the crud. Thanks for the tip Steve.
1995 Bonneville SSEI
1994 Buick Park Avenue
Last edited by Crece; 05-22-2010 at 06:00 PM.