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Old 05-05-2011
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Default Cleaner marine wax vs. Syn marine wax

How do I determine which wax is the best choice for my boat.
Old 05-05-2011
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Default Re: Cleaner marine wax vs. Syn marine wax

One is carnauba based, the other synthetic.

Personally, I find the carnauba takes a little more effort to remove. Both apply and remove very well. If you have oxidation, or built up scum, you may appreciate the cleaners in the carnauba wax more.
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