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Very much. Clean it first, then apply a dab of wax on your finger tip and swirl onto the wood in your car. Allow to dry and then buff. It is richer and deeper and protects.
 

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even after being 12 year old the wood in my car seem okay. i use 303 aerospace protectant and it does a good job.
 

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What brand of wax did you use? I don't think we want any sort of "cleaner wax" since those contain a sort of pumice, so it seems like a polish might do the best job?
 

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Isn't there a covering in front of the wood that would stop the wax from soaking in anyway...?
 

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Very much. Clean it first, then apply a dab of wax on your finger tip and swirl onto the wood in your car. Allow to dry and then buff. It is richer and deeper and protects.
Agreed, waxed the wood on every Mercedes-Benz I've owned. :thumbsup:
 

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What brand of wax did you use? I don't think we want any sort of "cleaner wax" since those contain a sort of pumice, so it seems like a polish might do the best job?
I've personally had great results with Carnauba wax of various brands. :thumbsup:
 
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