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Collinite Liquid Insulator Wax No. 845

Extreme insulation for automotive paint.

Collinite Liquid Insulator Wax was originally developed for power companies to protect against high voltage power failure, electrical fires, and explosions. If it stands up to these conditions, imagine how well it will protect your vehicle’s paint.


Collinite has been making car care products since 1912. Collinite is one of those companies whose products have been kept virtually secret outside of professional detailing and body shops, and car show circles. That’s why there is no flashy packaging and labels on Collinite products. The truth is, it’s not really necessary. Collinite products sell themselves.

Collinite Liquid Insulator Wax, for example, is one of the finest liquid carnauba waxes you can buy. It has the shine and wetness of carnauba but its longevity is more like a paint sealant. You can expect up to 5 months of protection and incredible water-beading, even on non-garaged vehicles.

Liquid Insulator Wax is in a class all its own when it comes to long-term durability, easy application, and paint enhancement. The liquid car wax was created to insulate electrical components, but it has become one of the foremost liquid car waxes on the market by word-of-mouth of Collinite’s very satisfied customers.

Liquid Insulator Wax is used on automobiles, trucks, buses and aircraft where protection is key, but frequent reapplications are not practical. The wax is excellent for fleets. It leaves a high gloss, nearly indestructible clear coating that repels water, pollution, sun, salt spray, bugs, and more.

Liquid Insulator Wax provides tough protection against adverse weather conditions. It makes a great “winter wax” when you want tough paint protection against road salt, snow and ice, without sacrificing shine. Collinite’s headquarters are in New York where harsh winters are the norm. They know a thing or two about durable paint protection.

In the summer, Insulator Wax stands up to the heat and UV rays better than most carnauba waxes. You can even use 845 on boats to guard the hull against salt water oxidation. Now that’s a tough wax!

Collinite Liquid Insulator Wax #845
Liquid Insulator Wax can be applied by hand or using a dual action polisher equipped with a finishing pad. If applying by hand, simply wipe on Liquid Insulator Wax using a poly foam applicator. It takes very little to cover each panel. Buff with a Cobra Microfiber Towel. This towel has excellent grip for removing waxes, and it will make application of Insulator Wax even quicker. You will find the wax easiest to remove if you apply a thin coat and do not let it completely haze over before buffing.

To apply by machine: work at a low speed with no pressure since you are simply applying a product. Use a microfiber bonnet over a lambswool pad to remove Insulator Wax. Apply wax to one section at a time, wait 30 seconds, and then buff.

This is a true wax with no cleaning properties. For the best results, use Collinite Sapphire PreWax Cleaner before applying #845. * Sapphire PreWax Cleaner is for enamel, lacquer and single stage finishes. For clear coat paint use Pinnacle Paintwork Cleansing Lotion.

If you’re looking for durability and gloss in a liquid carnauba wax, you can’t go wrong with Collinite Insulator Wax. It has been a favorite at car shows and in body shops for more than 40 years.

16 fl. oz.

Collinite Liquid Insulator Wax No. 845

Our Price: $18.99
Item ID: CO-845
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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garland, tx
Collinite 845
Used as a topper over Jescar Power Lock Plus. Product was a little thick. So warmed it up in bowl of warm water. Product went on then like a dream. Was applied very thin on paint. Product came off like a dream. The combination of the 2 products is hard to beat. Just depth and richness in color. This is a old school combo that is still one my favorites. Still just fantastic shine.

Last at least 6 months on my vehicle. Always offer this to clients as a tried and true system. Plus you can keep just stacking it on all you want. My favorite combo to this day. Also is very cheap for the amount of cars you can get out of the bottles. Almost a life time

Thanks
Randy Thomas
ProsCheap and lots of applications of product
Consnone
Port Saint Lucie - Florida
1936 and Still Going Strong
New companies in the detail industry come and go. Collinite is closing in on 100 years. Doing something right?? The durability and quality of 845 is based on an old-fashioned, no gimmick approach to doing what is right for their customers. A loyalty based following because the results speak for themselves. Apply a thin layer using a DA and a finishing pad, provided prep work is done, and you have the ultimate barrier between your clear-coat and mother nature. Mother nature will have to wait 6 to 8 months before having a chance at impacting your paint job.
ProsEase of application, durability, value and longevity
ConsNONE
Ellis Kansas
Great wax
Easy on and easy off
ProsWipes off easy
ConsHave to warm it up before using
NJ
Rock Solid
845 is old-school in a very good way, and among the most durable LSP's one can apply without ceramic/SIO2 in the bottle. Like other Collinite products, don't be mislead by the term "wax" in the name - looks like a wax, protects like a sealant. There are but a handful of other waxes/sealants with this level of durability and hydrophobic properties; one of them is big brother # 476 Double Coat wax. I would not classify 845 as a beauty wax but rather a shield of protection and rate gloss levels 9 out of 10 (on properly prepared paint). For those looking for a 10 on the gloss scale, layer a softer show-car paste wax on top (e.g. Dodo, Souveran, SSII, Blackfire, Griot's etc.). Apply thinly and remove as directed (almost immediately after application). If you let the product dry completely, you'll end up working harder than necessary. Those who have trouble removing it are over applying it and/or waiting too long to remove.
Pros- For those who want to apply a non-coating LSP one to two times a year and have solid, worry-free protection, this is it - Leaves the surface very slick, and unlike other waxes, the slickness lasts long beyond initial application - Makes cleaning your vehicle much easier - dirt and water will dance off the paint - 1-2 ounces is enough for an average size car making it an astounding value
Cons- Must be kept warm for easier application (put the bottle in a bucket of warm water during application)
Cleveland
Collinite Insulator Wax #845
Great wax protection over the winter