SCUDERIA Carnauba car wax for Ferrari Maserati Alfa Romeo (40% Vol.)

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Product Details

  • Premium wax for Italian automobiles (and automobiles with soft, scratch sensitive paintwork) offering a 40% Vol. % of yellow Brazilian Grade one Carnauba wax
  • Caters for the care and protection of these paints offering enhanced resistance against micro-scratches
  • Prepare the paintwork with Cleaner Fluid prior to the wax application
Important: please note that before the first application of a Swissvax wax, the paint must be pre-treated without fail with Cleaner Fluid Regular so that the wax can successfully adhere to the paintwork.

Scuderia wax has been specifically developed for the paintworks of Italian automobiles (e.g. Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Fiat, Lancia and Maserati) offering a 40 Vol. % of pure yellow Grade one Carnauba wax from Northern Brazil. Catering for the specific paintwork refreshing, care and protection it features an enhanced protection against micro-scratches for these delicate paintworks. (for modern Lamborghini cars choose Concorso, Shield or Saphir wax or contact your local Lamborghini dealer for a container of Swissvax "Lamborghini" wax specially developed by us for the Lamborghini factory).

A wax container of 200ml is sufficient for 8 to 12 wax applications whereby we recommend you to wax your vehicle every 4 months meaning that one container of wax allows you to maintain your automobile investment for more than four years in a condition which usually would be reserved to award-winning classics only.

Before Scuderia wax is applied, the paint has to be prepared with Swissvax Cleaner Fluid in order to ensure that the paintwork surface is perfectly clean and free of old wax residues and contaminations of old wax, acid rain, tar, insects and other remains and also to ensure that the wax can perfectly bond to the paintwork surface. Perfect preparation is the key to the world famous Swissvax finish.