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I just finished waxing my CT with a liquid car wax and was surprised to see that the wax had run behind the front headlight lenses. The wax leaked in on the top outside corners. I now have lenses with cream color corners with no way to remove the wax. I am pissed. First it was the driver's inside door handle that pulled off and now this. Back to the dealer and more time wasted. I have hand waxed many cars in the past and have never had this problem. Future car waxers be warned.
 

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I'm guessing that there is wax behind the headlight housing (between the metal fender and the clear plastic housing); you didn't actually get wax into the housing. Else, water would have already made its way into your headlights if there was that much of an opening. No pictures?
 

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Meguiars Ultimate Quick Wax

Just for the heck of it Try Meguiars Ultimate Quick Wax - It is very good good and absolutely the easiest to apply. You spray on and wipe off -20 minutes for the whole car.

Before you put it down, at least give it a try ;) And it doesn't drip wax in places you don't want it too! :D

Here is a link:
Amazon.com: Meguiar's G17516 Ultimate Quik Wax: Automotive

cost is $8.00 per bottle.

Wax-On
 

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Yikes, sorry to hear that. I too usually stick to paste waxes lately, they last longer and do a better job IMO.
 
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