Good day, folks!
This question may have been asked before. I actually searched to see if it was. I am not yet familiarized with the site’s functionality and its features, so I didn’t happen to find a thread on this topic. So I apologize in advance if this question gets asked frequently.
I went to Wal*Mart to purchase wax for my car. I brought my brother with me who is a car enthusiast. He has owned several different cars over the years and does repair on them himself. He’s on a short visit to my place and will be returning to his country within a couple of days. So I am not fortunate to have him work on my car, as we both live in different countries.
Upon choosing the wax to purchase, my brother stopped me from purchasing it and said car wax ruins factory clear coat. He argued with me for like 15 minutes about the matter while I was defending that wax should protect the car paint and also the clear coat.
- Wash car once a week
- Remove bird poop/tree-sap as soon as they appear
- Keep pressure hose 4 to 6 feet away from car exterior when washing.
Has anyone ever heard of waxing your car ruin the clear coat? If your defense is in favor of waxing your car, what is the best and less aggressive wax formula?