Car, Motorcycle & Truck Wax
Quality Wax, Hand Applied
Full Service Car Wash specializes in comprehensive detailing services for your vehicle—you’re guaranteed to leave with a car as glossy as the day you got it. We offer hand wax services as add-ons to automatic drive-in washes, hand washes or drop-off detailing services at any of our FSCW facilities, including:
Clear Coat Wax
We will coat the entire body of your car in a clear, polymer wax. The wax seals your car’s shine and protects your finish. This service is included with every wash package and takes additional time to complete. Schedule your car wash service with hand wax online today!
Frequently Asked Questions on Hand Waxing Cars
Is hand wax good for cars?
Hand wax is good for protecting the paint, enhancing the shine, and making future cleaning easier on cars. Hand-applied wax does a good job of creating a hydrophobic surface, which repels water and can prevent water spots from forming on your car’s paint.
How long does hand wax last on a car?
Hand wax on a car can last as few as 2 weeks to as most as a few months depending on the product and how it was applied. Other factors that affect how long hand-applied wax lasts are the condition of the paint it was applied to and the environment the car is driven and stored in. FSCW uses high-quality hand waxes including clear coat wax that seals and protects the shine of your paint.
Is hand wax better than spray wax?
Hand wax is better than spray wax as wax applied by hand is considered to provide longer-lasting protection with a deeper shine. Hand wax can be more precisely applied than spray wax and many contain carnauba wax, a popular ingredient that provides better protection against UV rays and environmental contaminants.
Does waxing a car remove scratches?
Waxing a car can remove or reduce the appearance of minor scratches but does not actually remove the scratches themselves. Wax can fill small scratches and swirls, making them less visible for the life of the wax. Scratches that are deep or severe will not go away with wax and would require a deeper form of paint correction such as buffing or touch-up paint.
How do I know if my car needs waxing?
Your car will need waxing if your car’s paint feels rough, is looking dull or lacking shine, no longer beads water, or if it’s been more than 3 months since your last waxing application.