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Difference between Carnauba and Synthetic wax

There are many types of car waxes available. All types of car waxes serve the same purpose that is, protect the car’s paint from strong UV rays, and gives it a showroom shine. The sun, earth’s grime and pollution are your car’s worst enemy. So, it is necessary to protect your car through the use of quality car wax. Though all the waxes serve the same purpose, yet they have some difference. The carnauba wax is a natural wax while the synthetic wax is man-made. It is made from chemicals and oils. Carnauba wax is a natural form of car wax. It provides a warm and wet visual appeal. This is usually the preferable wax for showroom cars. This wax last for 3-4 weeks and due to its melting point of about 190 degrees helps a black car to reach out in a bright sunny day. This wax is considered the queen of all the waxes. As the carnauba wax is hard and durable, it is used as hard-wearing paint protector for your cars. Other than this, the wax cannot be defeated by water. This reason also makes an ideal decision to get your car carnauba waxed. Apart from this, carnauba wax does not stain rubber trim, does not leave a chalky powder residue and contains no dyes, abrasives, perfumes, additives. Due to its hypo allergic properties, it is used in cosmetic products like eyeliner, eye shadow, mascara and many others. Synthetic wax is made from chemicals and oils. The purpose of synthetic wax is similar to natural wax, but it works as a better sealant and gives longer protection. It provides glossy look to your car and last for about 4-6 months. These are available in all three forms liquid, spray and paste. Advantages of synthetic wax are ease of application, longer protection and coverage. Synthetic waxes are easy to use and do not require extra effort during their application. To know more about the best car wax that fits your needs, please contact us.There are many types of car waxes available. All types of car waxes serve the same purpose that is, protect the car’s paint from strong UV rays, and gives it a showroom shine. The sun, earth’s grime and pollution are your car’s worst enemy. So, it is necessary to protect your car through the use of quality car wax. Though all the waxes serve the same purpose, yet they have some difference. The carnauba wax is a natural wax while the synthetic wax is man-made. It is made from chemicals and oils. Carnauba wax is a natural form of car wax. It provides a warm and wet visual appeal. This is usually the preferable wax for showroom cars. This wax last for 3-4 weeks and due to its melting point of about 190 degrees helps a black car to reach out in a bright sunny day. This wax is considered the queen of all the waxes. As the carnauba wax is hard and durable, it is used as hard-wearing paint protector for your cars. Other than this, the wax cannot be defeated by water. This reason also makes an ideal decision to get your car carnauba waxed. Apart from this, carnauba wax does not stain rubber trim, does not leave a chalky powder residue and contains no dyes, abrasives, perfumes, additives. Due to its hypo allergic properties, it is used in cosmetic products like eyeliner, eye shadow, mascara and many others. Synthetic wax is made from chemicals and oils. The purpose of synthetic wax is similar to natural wax, but it works as a better sealant and gives longer protection. It provides glossy look to your car and last for about 4-6 months. These are available in all three forms liquid, spray and paste. Advantages of synthetic wax are ease of application, longer protection and coverage. Synthetic waxes are easy to use and do not require extra effort during their application. To know more about the best car wax that fits your needs, please contact us.

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