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Poorboy's World Natty’s Paste Wax – BLUE

The Poorboy’s Paste Wax Formulated for Dark Paints!

Poorboy’s has done it again! You’re no doubt familiar with their outstanding Natty’s Paste Wax and its remarkable shine, but now they’ve gone and changed the formula! Not to worry, it’s a change for the better, particularly if you have a dark-colored vehicle. The new formula, called Natty’s Paste Wax (BLUE), is designed specifically to hide blemishes and scratches in dark paints. Otherwise, it has all the same great qualities you’ve come to expect from Natty’s!

Natty’s Paste Wax (BLUE) is a high quality wax minus the high price typically associated with Carnaubas. Patented UV light absorbers keep your paint fresh and protected throughout the life of the wax. You’ll love the way your paint looks and feels under Natty’s! Apply additional layers to increase the depth and glimmer.

Besides the amazing visual advantage Natty’s lends to your car, I’d have to say that my favorite aspect of it is the incredible ease of application. Using a foam applicator, apply a thin even layer. (Some professional detailers say application is smoother yet when your applicator is damp.) Ease of application means just that—regardless if you want to wax-on, wax-off, let it haze and immediately wipe away or if you want to do the whole car then buff off, it’s all good! Like all Poorboy’s products, it was made to be foolproof. Even first time users will always get professional-looking, jaw-dropping results! Applying waxes in direct sunlight is usually a big non-no, but Natty’s seems to thrive in the hot, glaring sun. It’s very resilient and very impressive! Your car’s surface will feel satiny-smooth under your fingertips.
Poorboy's World Natty's Blue Wax looks great on dark colors. The carnauba wax in Natty's Blue creates a slick shine on all  paints.
Forum member Evan D. took these great shots of Natty's Blue on his Mustang.
Use it alone or as a “topper.” Natty’s Paste Wax (BLUE) can be applied by itself for stunning results. Unfortunately, the life of a Carnauba wax is much shorter than a paint sealant. Poorboy’s recommends using Natty’s over a paint sealant for maximum longevity and an eye-popping wet gleam. It is clear and reflective which means layering it over a sealant like EX or EX-P will add another protective layer to your car while adding the richness of Carnauba. I’ve seen Natty’s used on practically every color car, and although the results are always splendid, none works better on dark paints than the new BLUE formula. Natty’s Paste Wax was created specifically for show cars. To make things easier on show car preparers, it was designed to ward off dust better than other waxes. Your car looks fantastic for longer!

To stretch the life of your Natty’s Paste Wax (BLUE), try Poorboy’s QW+ between major wax applications. This gives a couple of benefits: it replenishes the oils that evaporate from the wax over time, helps wipe away contaminants, dirt and dust that have accumulated, kicks up the shine, AND adds fresh Carnauba to the Natty’s that covers the car. QW is literally a spray wax that offers real protection to the existing Natty's Blue. I’d suggest it to anyone over a sealant but specifically over a Carnauba wax — in literally minutes you can attain a freshly-detailed finish while extending the time between major wax applications by weeks!

8 oz.

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Poorboy's World Natty’s Paste Wax – BLUE

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By Dan
September 7, 2014
The best!
This is the best wax I have ever used! I have bought expensive wax and tried, but to me Poorboy's World Natty’s Paste Wax – BLUE is the best. I detail semi trucks, cars trucks, fire trucks and farm tractors, and this is the only wax I will use.
ProsEasy to use, can use in sun or shade, and not expensive.
By Houckster
June 18, 2014
Smells nice and leaves a nice shine.
Like most others, I suppose, I'm using this product as a topper. Since I just recently used it, I can only comment on the ease of application and the shine, both of which are very nice. Of course, the scent is nice too. I have been applying this wax with a DA polisher.
ProsBeads nicely, Easy application and removal of thin coats. Nice price. Nice scent. Can be layered
ConsThis is a topper wax and it probably won't stand up to bug splats, bird bombs and water spots. Expect to wax at least monthly if the vehicle is a daily driver. The wax comes in a container that is cheap and it probably won't survive being dropped on a hard surface from any height. The pot is about 3.5" in diameter that's also a negative in my book.
By Rick
September 18, 2012
Very Good Wax
Tried Natty's Blue paste wax for the first time. Applies like butter. Wait a few minutes, buffs off with ease. Very good wax for the price.
By jj
September 2, 2012
blue true!! wow
This is a great affordable wax. It is a great paste wax. It is my in between for souveran. I can honestly say that my black vehicles look great. It is a perfect topper and wow what a wet look you get when you put it on. I am impressed. yop this over 845 and spray in some spray and gloss and/or finish with crystal mist and pow!! You will not be disappointed.
By Alex
April 4, 2012
Looks great!
I clayed my 11 Charger and since the paint didn't need any correction, I just hand applied Natty's Blue. Fantastic! I applied it in cool weather (62 degrees) and it went on easy and came off easy too. I did applied and then removed one panel at a time and it went on easy and came off easy as well. Only one or two areas were harder to remove and I just hit them with a quick spritz of a QD and the Nattys came off. Nice wax!