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No matter what wax !!!!

I allways see a haze that just wont come off!!!! WTF?? Paste, liquid don't matter.
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hmmmm not me what color car you got?
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Use a microfiber towel to wipe down the car. I had some haze after glazing, but the towel took it right off. Use kit wax cause it never leaves residue and lasts a long time.
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you suck at teh waxing.
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i change my towel that i use to wipe off often. I never get any left overs
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Could be several things...
You might use too much.
You might be doing it in the sun?
You might live in a high humid are and the wax is not setting up properly.

Those are the three that coem to my mind. What waxes have you tried?
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You see a "haze" that doesn't come off? Maybe your clear coat is going.
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Happens to me when glazing because of high humidity. Sometimes I'm wiping away condensation too, so it's harder to do. Use the microfiber towel.
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Download and read this excellent detailing guide: http://store.yahoo.com/autopia/freeguide.html
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