Which wax should I use for my new white car?

After looking at and test driving a lot of small and medium hatchbacks to replace our now three year old BMW 1 Series, we have ordered a new Renault Clio in glacier white. Please could you let me know a decent wax to use on the Clio to keep it looking good - and how often do I need to use?

The 1 Series was rarely washed and never waxed and looks flat now. There's loads in the £10 - £15 price range and I'm not sure which is best.

Asked on 24 June 2013 by growlydog

Answered by Honest John
Autoglym hi definition wax. About £45 a tub, but worth it. Lasts for six months and one tub should do the car five or six times.
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