Waxing a car with a buffer is an easy way to make your vehicle look and feel shiny. It’s also a great way to protect the paintwork from the elements. However, before you try to wax your car, you should know how to go about it.
Before you start, you should thoroughly wash your vehicle. You should also check for scratches and swirls. If your car is in good condition, you might not need to wax it at all. After washing your car, you can apply car polish to give it that nice shine.
There are many types of car wax available. These include liquid, spray, paste, and foam. The best type for your needs depends on your personal preferences. Some people like to use a liquid wax to avoid the mess associated with spraying, and others prefer to use a paste that offers a more long-lasting finish. Once you have decided what type of wax you’re going to use, you can begin to apply it.
In addition to the wax, you should also use a microfiber buff cloth to remove the remaining debris. When you’re done, you should allow your car to dry.
Using a buffer will allow you to apply the polish or wax with much more precision and less effort. Depending on the model you choose, you’ll be able to wax your car twice as fast as you can with a brush. But be warned: if you don’t apply it correctly, you could end up scratching or burning your paint job. Make sure to follow these simple steps to get the best results.
When you are ready to start, make sure you are in a cool and shaded area. Next, attach your car wax applicator to the pad of your buffer. A buffer pad works best when it is a little bit bent to get an even distribution of the wax. Apply the wax by starting in the center and working outward. This will help prevent your paint job from looking foggy and streaky.
Applying the right amount of wax will help ensure that it is smooth to the touch. Remember that you should not apply too much at once. Doing so can leave a sticky residue that is difficult to clean. Also, you should only apply the most appropriate type of car wax. To get the most out of your purchase, invest in a quality wax. Ideally, you should look for a wax that is a paint sealant, rather than a paint correction product.
When you are finished, take a microfiber towel and rub the car to remove the excess wax. While you’re at it, you might want to apply a bit of clay bar to the surface of your car to give it that shinier finish.
Using a buffer can be intimidating if you’re new to the process, but it’s not difficult to learn. With a little practice, you’ll be able to polish your car in no time.
Photo by Boris M on Unsplash