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Best Car Wax for Black Cars

Thanks for taking the time to read our article on the best car wax to use if you own a black car. It is a known fact that black paint will show up blemishes such as swirls and streaks, a great deal more than other colored paints.

The most important thing that you can find out before applying any type of wax is to determine the type of black paint that is on your car. These paint types do differ depending on the actual car manufacturer.

Normally you can find this information from the car handbook. If you don't have that then check out the manufacturers website, or drop them an email, to get the correct answer.

It will be one of three distinct types which are:

  1. An acrylic lacquer
  2. An acrylic enamel
  3. A urethane based paint

Before any wax is applied you should always wash the car and make sure it is 100% dry, before applying any type of wax to the surface. The reason for this is that it allows the smooth application of the wax, and also spreads the wax evenly.

We cover off below the different options for a good black car wax. However you should first apply this golden rule if you own a black car. The rule is:

"Use a black wax if your car paint has light or hairline scratches, has very minor blemishes or if you want to restore the original car showroom shine. Otherwise any colored wax is perfectly fine to use, and doesn't have to be specifically for black cars."

When applying car wax use a slightly damp cloth and apply the wax to your car using a moderate pressure. This is best done in short circular movements and make sure that these movements overlap.

The purpose behind this is to make sure you get all of the paint, and also cover off any minor blemishes and scratches.

Do a small amount of paint each time and something no bigger than about 3 square feet in size. Personally we would do a single door at a time. We would also do on fender at a time.

This means you can buff the wax off before it dries too hard. You can buff the wax off by hand or use some form of car polisher buffer to do this.

Top 3 Wax Choices for Black Cars

There are quite a few choices on the market for the best wax for black cars. We have narrowed the field down to three choices which are all good. These are:

  1. Meguiar's G18216 16 oz. Ultimate Liquid Wax (92%)
  2. Meguiar’s Black Wax – Black Car Wax G6207 (89%)
  3. Turtle Wax T-3KT Black Box Kit (83%)

The number in brackets refers to the average online buyer satisfaction rating, so clearly the higher this is, the better reviews this car wax product gets.

Our No 1 Choice - Meguiar's G18216 16 oz. Ultimate Liquid Wax

This car wax is the biggest seller online and is the one that constantly gets the highest buyer reviews. That is because almost every buyer says that this wax is easy to apply, and more importantly very easy to remove.

Buyers are also delighted with the results as they state it leaves a good depth of color, offers good protection and makes the car look great.

This wax also does not stain non-metallic parts of your car such as the trims.

Our No 2 Choice - Meguiar’s Black Wax – Black Car Wax G6207

As the name would suggest this one has been designed by Meguiars for black cars, and as we mentioned earlier, this is the type you would use if you have minor blemishes or scratches on your black car.

It has a special formula that helps create a brilliant color and shine on dark to black paint. It also uses synthetic polymers to provide a solid and durable protection.

The good news is that it is clear coat safe to use and never leaves swirls.

Our No 3 Choice - Turtle Wax T-3KT Black Box Kit

If you want to go all out on your black car, then the Turtle Wax black box kit is certainly an option worth considering.

Buyers rate this overall with an 83% buyer satisfaction rating, so clearly a very good option.

The kit comes with a pre-wax cleaner and a pre-wax conditioner. You then also get the deep black Carnauba Wax. In addition you get 2 black spray Detailers and 2 applicator pads

Enda
 

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