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Swissvax BLAU-WEISS (40% Vol.) Carnauba wax for BMW Paints

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Premium wax developed for the paintwork systems encountered on BMW automobiles offering a 40 Vol. % of pure North Brazilian yellow Grade one Carnauba wax

  • Caters for the care and protection of these paints offering enhanced longevity
  • Prepare the paintwork with Swissvax Cleaner Fluid prior to the wax application
  • Hand made in Switzerland since 1930 for uncompromised quality
  • Contains natural UV filters and stabilisers
  • Blau Weiss (German) = Blue White (BMW emblem colours) 
  • Discover now why Swissvax is the official Global supplier of car care products and waxes to Bugatti, Aston Martin, Mercedes-Benz Classic, Rolls-Royce, Spyker and Lamborghini
  • Can be used on top of any Ceramic Coating, Sio2 Glass Coating or paint protection to add a deeper wet look shine, a smoother silky finish and to provide protection against hard water spotting.

Swissvax Blau-Weiss is a special wax formulation developed for the paintwork systems encountered on BMW cars offering a 40 Vol. % of pure North Brazilian yellow Grade one Carnauba wax. As it caters for the specific paintwork care and protection needs of BMW cars only, no compromise for other paint systems (e.g. nitrocellulose or Japanese paints) was necessary. This results in a drastically increased longevity of over 50% compared to our universal waxes.

A wax container of 200ml is sufficient for 20 or more wax applications whereby we recommend you to wax your vehicle every 6 months meaning that one container of wax allows you to maintain your automobile investment for more than eight years in a condition which usually would be reserved to award-winning classics only.

Before Blau-Weiss is applied for the first time the paint should be prepared with Swissvax Cleaner Fluid in order to ensure that the paintwork surface is perfectly clean and free of old wax residues and contaminations of old wax, acid rain, tar, insects and other remains and also to ensure that the wax can perfectly bond to the paintwork surface. Perfect preparation is the key to the world famous Swissvax finish.