Adam's Graphene Liquid Wax
If you’re a fan of Adam’s Buttery Wax, we’re delighted to introduce to you our latest evolution in waxes – Adam’s Graphene Liquid Wax™. This newest formulation is designed to refresh and rejuvenate paintwork while utilizing the same reduced graphene-oxide ceramic resins within our Graphene Ceramic Coating™ and Graphene Ceramic Spray Coating™ to seal the surface and make the vehicle more maintenance friendly.
- Contains Graphene Ceramic Resins!
- Synthetic Wax Fortified – Not Carnauba-Based
- Easy On, Easy Off Application
- Fills Minor Imperfections, Swirls, & Removes Light Oxidation
- Key Lime Scent
- 16oz Bottle Size
Adam’s Graphene Liquid Wax™ is very versatile and can be applied by hand, via an Adam’s Waxing Hex Grip Applicator or an Adam’s Gray Microfiber Applicator Pad, or by machine using our Adam’s Red Foam Wax & Sealant Pad. This product is easily capable of filling minor imperfections, such as swirls and sand scratches, and is great at removing light oxidation to generate a deep color and lustrous shine.
Unlike Adam’s Buttery Wax, Adam’s Graphene Liquid Wax™ is a lower viscosity, making it easier to spread across the paintwork, and contains synthetic ingredients rather than natural based ones such as carnauba. This means that Adam’s Graphene Liquid Wax™ generates a more mirror-like, cold, metallic reflection to the paint rather than a warm glow.
Instructions for General Use:
- Ensure the vehicle is clean and clear of any contaminants or debris by washing and either claying or polishing the paintwork first.
- Shake well before use and apply a thin, even film to the paintwork, using tight, circular motions if done by hand, one panel at a time and allow the product to dry to a haze over 1-3 minutes.
- Once fully hazed, simply wipe down using a soft microfiber towel and buff to reveal a brilliant gloss.
Common Sense Warning:
This product works best when used sparingly as applying too much wax to a surface will cause it to be smeary and difficult to remove. If the product is smearing, try using less on the next panel. Applying multiple, thin applications is preferential to applying one, thick application.