Miss this thread
Its good stuff for the price but there are better alternatives out there for a tiny bit more i.e. R222
As said good stuff apply thin layers as Vik said or it is a B*****D to get off
Best to be used as an undercoat wax if you get what i mean first layer then use another wax
on top, as with all waxes prep is the key and im sure Vik will agree with me on that (DoDo Lime Prime
) no good just claying and then applying wax you need to polish etc etc, paint work cleanser is a MUST !! I.e R222 Gloss Enhancing Paintwork Cleanser http://www.theultimatefinish.co.uk/r222/gloss-enhancing-paintwork-cleanser.aspx?src=google-base or Zymol HD-Cleanse http://www.vertar.com/car-care-exterior/surface-preparation/zymol-hd-cleanse/ or you are just coating wax over dirt and it will spoil your finish.
I.e. Rob you said that yellow carnauba wax left a yellow tinge - see the Guinea Pig thread and i have explained why you have a yellow tinge - not down to yellow wax