UTOPIA Carnauba wax (55% Vol.) with PTFE
- Our Scandinavian formulation
- Developed in collaboration with Scandinavia's star detailer Tommy Lund to protect against the hardships of the Scandinavian climate
- The perfect formulation for toughness-resisting shine on modern and «soft» paints
Formulation becomes Art
The use of natural carnauba wax to“glossify” surfaces dates back to the 19th century. The disadvantage of those waxes was their very limited durability, as pure carnauba wax can effortlessly be wiped off by hand. The secret of Swissvax waxes’ exceptional durability lies in the perfected blending of carnauba wax with several other waxes, natural fruit oils and a few more secret ingredients. A delicate process that takes many hours.
Handmade Jar by Jar
To this day, in our dedicated “wax kitchen”, all our carnauba waxes are carefully hand-blend and delicately hand-poured in their jar. The complexity of our formulations and their delicate production processes simply do not allow for industrial production.
Our waxes, which are made using natural raw materials, do not leave any white residues on rubber or edges.
A 200 ml jar will last for 15 applications or more.
For a perfect final result the paintwork should be pretreated with Cleaner Fluid Regular.
* What is PTFE?
PTFE resin (polytetrafluoroethylene) belongs to the class of paraffinic polymers in which hydrogen is, partly or completely, replaced by fluorides.
The original PTFE resin was invented in 1938 by DuPont and baptized by the name Teflon. PTFE has an extraordinary resistance against chemicals and has one of the lowest coefficients of friction of all materials known to us today.
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