Double and Lite - glaze and wax kit, 260ml
Our Test Tubes contain two mini-jars of wax (30ml each) along with a 200ml bottle of pre-wax cleanser. So after a quick consultation with Jez, our Head of Product Development, Procurement and Putting-the-lids-on, we calculated that Double Wax would fit in nicely. This means you can try out our King of Gloss cleaner glaze, Lime Prime Lite, coat it with peppermint hybrid hard wax and then add a special carnauba topping of spearmint soft wax. Your car won't just look mint. It'll probably smell mint as well.
Each 30ml jar coats an average sized car approximately 3-4 times. So you'll be able to wax your car about 6-8 times with this kit. Double Wax soft has a recoating interval of 3-4 months, and Double Wax hard can last 4-6 months. At this point you'll need to call Rachel Riley over to work out the maths, but you're looking at between one and two years of wax action if you layer the waxes as intended.
What's the difference between Lime Prime and Lime Prime Lite? Good question... but a simple answer. Lime Prime Lite is an abrasive-free glaze, whereas Lime Prime is a polish containing micro-abrasives. This makes LPL better for very soft finishes, say Japanese paint, for machine polished paint where no more cut is required, and for paints that need all the gloss they can (silver, white). However, it will penetrate deeper into porous or damaged paint making it less workable on classic or UV damaged finishes. Both LP and LPL are great to use by machine polisher and give great results - it's even better than hand applying them. Because LPL is oilier, use it as a 'wipe on, wipe off' product and don't let it sit on paint. If smearing occurs on classic or UV damaged paints, either use a strong detergent to wash the LPL away or apply a wax over the top to give a consistent finish.
Contains Detailing World/Dodo Juice Double Wax Hard Wax 30ml, Detailing World/Dodo Juice Double Wax Soft Wax 30ml and Lime Prime Lite 200ml.