King of Gloss light

Sjdickso

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Apr 21, 2005
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I hope someone can confirm this for me?

I have looked all over the web and dont seem to get an exact answer, I have just got some Soft99 King of Gloss light colour,

I thought it would be a solid wax, but when i opened i was quite surprised to have a very very soft wax in the tin, it was like semi melted ice cream. I did make contact with someone and they said it is like that and the dark one is hard wax, but to me seems as if heat has affected it of it gone off?

Any help welcome.
 

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Oliver Pawley

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Could just be too warm, I have a few waxes which will get abit too runny if they are out for too long, I put them in the fridge the night before I go to use them.

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Sjdickso

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Apr 21, 2005
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Thanks @Oliver Pawley i thought about that, had some high quality wax do that in high temps before but this is just like "mush" pretty much a liquid wax where other wax when hot has just turned into water and runny. I may try it anyway and see if it helps.
 
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SRGTD

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I recently bought some Fusso Light Coat 12 Months Wax which is a Soft99 product (I‘ve also used the Dark version in the past). The formulation of this product hasn’t changed - it’s still a hard paste product.

I rate Soft99 / Fusso products highly - good durability and good value IMO.
 

Sjdickso

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Apr 21, 2005
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@SRGTD That will be my next product i think, allot say Fusso is also great and goes well with KOG over the top.

I have just used the king of wax and i am very impressed gave a real wet look.
 

Rob66

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Apr 25, 2004
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I have Soft 99 Water Block light and I would say that is a fairly hard wax.
 

Rob66

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Hi mate

Yes it's a Wax LSP. Great hydrophobic behaviour as the name suggests and fairly easy on and off. Although a lot more pricey my current favourite Wax is Autoglym UHD.

 
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