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      PROKLEAR. I had ordered this spray wax few weeks back, got chance to use it last weekend. The sprayer wasn't working. I kept pumping it for good 2-3 minute but it didnt eject a drop.
      Finally had to put it on applicator pad and spread it. This caused a lot of streaking and got hardened very much (Oh God... My arms are still paining).

      Please post the video soon; and is there anything technique to use that sprayer???

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      Quote Originally Posted by metal_heart View Post
      PROKLEAR. I had ordered this spray wax few weeks back, got chance to use it last weekend. The sprayer wasn't working. I kept pumping it for good 2-3 minute but it didnt eject a drop.
      Finally had to put it on applicator pad and spread it. This caused a lot of streaking and got hardened very much (Oh God... My arms are still paining).

      Please post the video soon; and is there anything technique to use that sprayer???
      Did you try loosen the nozzle anti clockwise it is shipped completely closed.

      Thanks,
      Satish
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      Quote Originally Posted by PROKLEAR View Post
      Did you try loosen the nozzle anti clockwise it is shipped completely closed
      Yes, I did rotate the nozzle; from one extreme to another staging in between to try. Apparently it just didn't work.
      Tried using the other spray bottle (you usually send with Rinseless wash); but it just caused a lot of over-spraying. (I'm still not able to remove the over spray completely from windscreen)

      Please do suggest; alternate way to apply wax

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      Quote Originally Posted by metal_heart View Post
      Yes, I did rotate the nozzle; from one extreme to another staging in between to try. Apparently it just didn't work.
      Tried using the other spray bottle (you usually send with Rinseless wash); but it just caused a lot of over-spraying. (I'm still not able to remove the over spray completely from windscreen)

      Please do suggest; alternate way to apply wax
      Apply to a MF or Wax applicator, spread on the panel once hazes buff with a MF.

      Thanks,
      Satish
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      Proklear SX Spray Wax Application Video



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      PROKLEAR thanks for the video, did a quick look, downloaded in full HD will watch again in detail later. btw, did you layer the second time with applicator over the existing layer? If yes, it looked it was covering well even with existing layer.

      PS: New Car?? Where is the ever present blue Amaze
      Some of my Threads:
      https://gearheads.in/showthread.php?24908-My-WOWA-Waterless-Wash-amp-Wax-Experiment
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25158-Sunday-Detailing-my-Honda-Amaze
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25582-The-Battle-of-Waxes

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      Quote Originally Posted by coolash View Post
      PROKLEAR thanks for the video, did a quick look, downloaded in full HD will watch again in detail later. btw, did you layer the second time with applicator over the existing layer? If yes, it looked it was covering well even with existing layer.

      PS: New Car?? Where is the ever present blue Amaze
      Thanks, yes did layer on layer. As mentioned in my earlier post about the update in the formula.
      Thanks for your inputs.

      Still have Amaze, bought Honda City recently.

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      Quote Originally Posted by PROKLEAR View Post
      Still have Amaze, bought Honda City recently.
      Congrats mate, so you are official Honda Fanboy now.
      Some of my Threads:
      https://gearheads.in/showthread.php?24908-My-WOWA-Waterless-Wash-amp-Wax-Experiment
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25158-Sunday-Detailing-my-Honda-Amaze
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25582-The-Battle-of-Waxes

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      Quote Originally Posted by PROKLEAR View Post
      Thanks, yes did layer on layer.
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      Hi Satish,

      I had applied wax on slightly larger area (complete bonnet) but was not able to buff since wax had become very hard in less than a minute. I have not been able to remove it even after washing with shampoo.

      I tried applying more wax but the layer does not dissolve, hence surface has become rough and attracting dust.

      Could you please suggest how to remove hardened wax from surface and also how many seconds do we need to wait before we buff.

      Regards.

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      Quote Originally Posted by antardaksh View Post
      Hi Satish,

      I had applied wax on slightly larger area (complete bonnet) but was not able to buff since wax had become very hard in less than a minute. I have not been able to remove it even after washing with shampoo.

      I tried applying more wax but the layer does not dissolve, hence surface has become rough and attracting dust.

      Could you please suggest how to remove hardened wax from surface and also how many seconds do we need to wait before we buff.

      Regards.
      Can you try removing by wetting a microfiber cloth in undissolved shampoo and apply on a small area and keep rubbing to remove the hardened wax. haze for 5 seconds before buffing.

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      Satish
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