I'm confused? What would be bad about it? Of course you want to wax and protect that paint immediately!Hi guys, what is your take on waxing a brand new car? I have been hearing mixed reviews about this situation. Any advice from this community would be greatly appreciated.
Honestly if it's a brand new car use a clay bar first. Lexus's really need a clay bar from the factory. Then put on a good paint sealant then wax. I just did this to my fiancés new Subaru XV Crosstrek hybrid. It gives me peace of mind we won't have any paint issues down the road.Thank you for for the prompt responses. Planning to wax my car next week!
It also depends on your climate I think. Where I live road salt is thick 6 months a year. That destroys paint and any exposed metal in a hurry.Just wash my car using the Turttle wash liquid , I bought it at Pepboys , (function like mild soap with the benefit of shinning the car)... I don't waste my money on anything else... but then again, we all have different priorities
You mean the bumpers? Yes wax everything with paint, that's common protocol.Thanks for the quick replys! Would it be to ideally wax plastic parts of the car that is painted?
I don't wax plastics but can't say you shouldn't. I just use a good protectant on the plastics. I like CarPro PERL but anything similar like 303 would work. I personally HATE ArmorAll and highly recommend avoiding it.Sorry for so many questions, would you wax the plastic F sport Grill in front of the car as well? I heard some stories to not apply wax on raw plastics otherwise it will ruin it.