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Aero Cosmetics Wash Wax All - Wet or Waterless Car Wash Kit (4.25L + 4 Microfibre Towels) $37.95 + Post ($0 Prime/$39+) @ Amazon


Was looking for a waterless car wash wax to use on my new car. Didn't want to pay $25ish for the likes of Meguiar's and such which could be used for about 5 washes. I came across this which can be used for like 40 washes and it comes with a kit. Pretty solid reviews and the 3 camels say this is the lowest price it has ever been.

  • Gently Cleans and Protects while leaving a Non-Stick UV Protective Coating on All Vehicle surfaces. Just Spray on and Wipe Dry. Wash and Wax Anywhere, Anytime, Parking Lots, Garages, Work, School, Apartments, RV Parks, and more. Use as a Waterless Wash or Wax as You Dry your just washed Vehicle. 144oz will Waterless Wash up to 36 cars or Wax As You Dry 57 cars.
  • High performance Aircraft Quality Wax for your Car, Boat, and RV. Used by Air Force One, The Military, Airlines, Corporate and private aircraft owners around the world for over 32 years. This is a high quality easy to use product.
  • Water Based - Alcohol & Ammonia Free. Our plant based Eco friendly formula is biodegradable and Safe on ALL surfaces both Inside and Out. Meets Boeing Aircraft (D6-17487P, D6-7127M), AirBus Industries (09-00-002), and McDonnell Douglass CDS #1 cleaning specifications. Also, Human Friendly, NO eye or skin irritation like some other automotive products.
    Kit includes 1 full gallon of Wash Wax ALL, 1 full 16 oz spray bottle of Wash Wax ALL, 4 Microfiber Towels (16 in x 16 in), a Product Guide, and How to Use Guide.

Note: Understand that this is a Wash and Wax Product. Wax will protect and enhance the shine you currently have. If you have dull, oxidized, or scratched finish you will need a Polish to address those issues. WAX IS FOR PROTECTION, POLISH IS FOR REPAIR.

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  • I'd be interested in anyone's feedback re this - any good, etc.

    • There are a bunch of recent Australian reviews on Amazon. All 5 star

      • +4

        Yeah, fair call. I guess I just trust my ozbargain brethren's opinions, especially after the good word on the Big Green Sucker :)

        • +1

          Oh ye, trust OzB reviews above all :D

    • Used this for a while, It's a good value product if you can't do a proper wash.

      I would only recommend it on cars you don't really care about getting swirl marks on, or plastic trim/wheels.

      To minimise swirls I would rinse the car with a high pressure hose first then use this product with a damp towel. You're gonna need a lot of towels.

  • +1

    Thanks OP. I really like the whole waterless wash thing so this will really suit.

    • I know right?! I only recently discovered this was a thing when I tried to detail my old car to impress buyers before selling it off

  • +1

    I have tried this. Good between-detail product.

    • Thanks for letting me know! I only placed the order and have never used this yet. But I'm curious, what is this usually priced at? Did you also purchase it off Amazon? Wondering if I should order another one just in case it is usually priced much higher.

      • Purchased off Amazon a month or two ago. Same price.

  • +1

    Assuming this is a ready to use product.

    Also consider Optimum No Rinse Wash & Wax in concentrate form. 32oz is currently out of stock though.

  • +1

    Since stage 4 lockdown bans car washing, this will come in handy instead

    • Does that include washing it yourself in your driveway?

    • +2

      This is incorrect. The ban is on self serve car wash facilities on commercial properties. You can do anything you want on your own home/private land.

  • Can it be dilluted to use a rinseless wash? I.e. would it compare favourably to other rinseless wash products?

    • In the label it says do not dilute. But not giving the reason why 🤔

      • Its already diluted 😁 aka RTU and not concentrate

  • Please suggest any good polish to be used before applying wax

    • Depends how bad your paint is. I love optimum gps. If your paint is in crap shape (as in soaked in bird poop for mths) then you’ll need a harder compound like optimum hyperpolish. I buy them bulk in 3.8l jugs.

      • My car is silver and there is white spots appearing on the boot. Looks like heavy oxidation. The clear coat hasn't started peeling. Is optimum GPS or hyperpolish suitable? I tried Meguiar's Ultimate Compound and polish but did not work

        • I recommend trying a decent polish and maybe clay bar to remove the oxidisation then use NuFinish to seal it

          The stuff lasts for ages and puts a pretty decent acrylic coating on your paint. Then redo the NuFinish a few days later then every six months after that.

          Pretty cheap stuff too.

        • Don't forget you need to strip any previous wax off first, there is specially stuff for it but I usually use fairy dish washing liquid (original) as it's pH neutral and hand wash it with a sponge before rising it off really good then dry, polish, wax.

  • +2

    Rev up your engines

    • +4

      Is that you Scotty Kilmer?

  • +2

    these should only be used between washes with light dirt accumulation to avoid scratches and swirl marks to paint

  • I ordered this before. It works great, but not a fan of the smell. It smells sweet, so feels like wiping the car with melted ice cream

  • How does this compare to something like PureWax?

    PureWax smells delicious and works great on cleaning the inside of windscreens, windows and mirrors.

  • Ordered, will see how good it really is.

  • +1

    Bought, unsure why but I did

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