Cars of carnauba wax on synthetic polymers

Natural and synthetic waxes, car wax: Car wax on the market can be divided into two types. Natural waxes are typically some type of carnauba wax from Brazil. Though synthetic waxes cars use polymer composite materials to protect your car.

Carnauba waxes contain up to one third of natural waxes. In general, the higher content of carnauba wax desirable that the effect is in the color of the car. Carnauba wax is known from a Brazilian palm tree, more wax is known to produce natural.

This wax has a high melting point and would be almost impregnable. However, was mixed with a variety of materials to make the distribution on the surface of an automobile. Without this combination would be impossible for the wax to car paint is applied.

Synthetic waxes in the other side is constructed from polymers and can be characterized as "plasticky" as opposed to the veil and consistency of natural carnauba wax. Some sealants are synthesized to mimic the effects of a natural wax, carnauba wax, and can even!

Both carnauba wax and synthetic sealants include painting the car in a transparent film that protects it. They are formulated to act as a barrier to protect vital to the clear coat on your car. Behind the transparent nature allows car paint shows through.

Their similarity ends there, however. The formation of the protected and the protective properties of the widely. Carnauba wax a car is almost always a natural look hot for your car. As if there is a clear transparent layer of water in the upper part of the picture. The result is a sought-after products carnauba deep wet look.

Sealants are synthetic instead look quite different. A layer of glass is cool to be seen as sitting on the paint. Despite the provision of less depth than a natural carnauba waxes of synthetic polymers, the reflective layer offer for your car. The brightness greater than a car carnauba wax.

Many people who love the depth and moisture make carnauba wax. While proponents of synthetic waxes announce the reflection that brings these types of wax. Another advantage of synthetic polymers is that they can form a chemical bond with the color, the durability as automobiles, natural waxes to create.

To get the best of both worlds, some car enthusiasts paint a layer of carnauba car on top of synthetic sealants. Mix and match the right products is essential to this task. In addition, there are now synthetic with a little more natural carnauba mixed to produce the best of both worlds.

So we should use for your car?

Use of carnauba wax, if:

1) It tends to grow the car often.
 (Carnauba work as much as possible from 4 to 8 weeks)
 2) You want the wet look more for your car
 3) Your car is parked inside
 4) For special occasions you need it most, the most of your color (heat from Carnauba wax is very pleasing to the eyes of most people)