Adam's Buttery Car Wax - NEW FORMULA
- Easy On, Easy Off, Even in Direct Sunlight
- Incredible Gloss and Shine with Less Effort
- Carnauba Wax Fortified with Advanced Polymers
- Fills Imperfections Leaving a Great Shine
Adam's Buttery Car Wax makes waxing your car a joy, not a chore - The
Amazing NEW FORMULA is our best version yet! Easier to apply, better
results, and still one of the only waxes on the market that you can
apply on a hot panel in direct sunlight without any issues.
Somewhere along the way, other car wax products became difficult.
Adam's Buttery Car Wax is guaranteed to be the easiest liquid wax you've
ever used - apply it even in less than ideal conditions and enjoy
effortless application and removal.
At Adam's Polishes, we believe that simple is always better. That's
why we made Adam's Buttery Car Wax so simple and easy to apply in the
shade, sun, hot or cold. It really doesn't matter how or where your
apply it, Adam's New Formula Buttery Car Wax is super easy, so you can
enjoy waxing your car again.
Made using a modern blend of polymers for strength and high grade
Carnauba wax for beauty, Adam's Buttery Car Wax sacrifices nothing.
Guaranteed! Plus, it never stains trim or rubber with an ugly white
residue. That's because Adam's Buttery Car Wax is a pure car wax
without abrasive powders or cleaners.
Customers who have been with us for awhile know we're never satisfied
with any of our products. We continually test, evaluate, and tweak our
formulas behind the scenes until we find a new version that we think
will help our customers see better results, faster or easier. With the
reformulation of Buttery Wax we added on incredible new attribute -
specialty polymers that help mask imperfections! This new formulation
will help hide those annoying swirl marks the times you don't have time
Adam's Buttery Car Wax is easy to apply with our color coded Adam's YELLOW
Hex-Grip Wax Applicators. Use sparingly, as a little goes a long way.
A typical application requires very little product per panel and
multiple, thin, even coats will always outperform one heavy coating.