Sorry for the late review, it was due for quite some time, but was stuck with work and gaming.
Anyways, lets get to the meat of it.
I am regular user of Proklear Xtreme CX Waterless/Rinseless wash and use it daily for cleaning my ride an love the product its good and very VFM. I also have WAW Shampoo and its a good shampoo for the price, leaves nice shine after washing. I was eagerly awaiting release of their Spray Wax, as I am sure they would release something pathbreaking for Indian market. I did not bought Spray Wax when it was released as was having lots of other waxes to use up and also, PROKLEAR did not announce its launch here . Anyways, i bought it eventually one day when detailing addiction took hold of me.
When I opened the packet I was like . The product is very watery, infact just like water unlike anything else I have used before. When I saw the product I had my apprehensions of how the product would work as it looked and felt just like water and the devil in my mind started saying "the product won't have much carnauba as it cannot be dissolved as easily in water" but I left my apprehensions aside and decided to use it without any bias. I also had trust in Satish as he would not launch a product without first testing it from all angles. That is one of the reasons spray wax was delayed so much. The product though is watery does not loose its consistency and no lumps are formed so whatever is dissolved, stays dissolved.
I have used this product on my test mule i.e. my black lacquer table as well as on my car. The application was simple spray, spread, wait and buff. But the product does not spread evenly as its very watery, i have tried using applicator as well as mf towel but when I try to spread it, it streaks on the surface instead of doing a thin layer. The problem is accentuated when you are layering it over another product i.e. a glaze or sealant, or layering it over itself. The product is water based and layering it over a hydrophobic surface is difficult as it does not form an even layer. I tried spreading it after the product had half dried and it spreads more evenly then, but I don't think that its the right technique.
This is one place where I think we need guidance from Satish PROKLEAR on best technique to apply this product
That said, the product dries to a very hard layer and requires hard buffing to clear out. This gives some indication of the durability of the product. I had to spray again to get it removed. The beading after application was also quite good. The product also gave a good shine to the surface.
The usage of the product is a little more than other spray waxes I own as I used it for application as well as removal.
So Overall, the product is good, especially at the price at which it comes. The application is a little tricky, but that does not take away the overall quality of the product. The surface beaded very nicely even after single thin layer of PROWLER Spray Wax. Infact, the product may be covering the whole area, and that may not be noticeable to eyes and we see the streaking, but its best that Satish clarifies about that. I haven't checked it durability but looking at the beading and the strong layer it forms after drying, I believe it would last as good as any wax. Looking at the consistency of the product, I think PROKLEAR has achieved some marvel in formulating such a watery carnauba based spray wax.
Overall I give 4/5 for the product as still have to sort out the application part.