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Poorboy's World Natty's Paste Wax

Poorboy's World Natty's Paste Wax

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Choosing what you’ll use to protect your vehicle’s paint is like going to the ice cream stand: some go with plain vanilla, some like mint chocolate chip and some go for a sundae with all the fixin’s. There are many quality products to protect your paint and many more combinations to arrive at a finish on your car that pleases you. Whether you demand the longevity of a sealant or the depth of a wax, one thing that is widely accepted as truth among car buffs and professional detailers alike is that a Carnauba wax tends to give the clearest, most true liquid shimmer of anything!

Poorboy’s Natty’s Paste Wax 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 no-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.

Use it alone or as a “topper.” Natty’s Paste wax can be applied 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, light and dark, alone and over paint sealants—great looking results each and every time. 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, try Poorboy’s QD+ 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. QD stands for “quick detail” and that’s exactly what it is. 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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31% Recommend this product (5 of 16 responses)
San Jose, CA
Not just for light vehicles
I have used this on a pearl black, pearl silver, and a metallic grey car. Of them all, I did prefer it on the silver metallic Audi the most. This was a little bit harder in texture than Natty’s Blue, but fear not it is just as good when spreading. The coconut smell is a delight, just easy on the nose as the can sits in front of me the whole time I’m detailing. Did this step in light sun and like all Poorboys products, wipes right off, but it wasn’t warm out also. The water beads off nicely while keeping a nice shine, but I would prefer to use this on light colored cars as I do have a bottle of Natty’s Blue for my darker cars. For this on my darker cars, I noticed the dark paint and metallic was brighter, but I prefer a deeper darker shine when I wax my cars.
ProsEasy on, easy off. Smells great. Protection is amazing.
The Best I've Used
This is hands down the best wax I've used. I have applied it to both my grey truck and silver car, and it provides a great shine. Before using this, I was using Chemical Guys Pete's 53 over a sealant. The Pete's 53 is easier to apply, but didn't see to last as long as the Natty's Paste Wax. That being said, the Poorboy's World Wax still goes on with minimal effort. I've yet to use one of their products that I don't like.
ProsEasy to apply Great shine Good price
ConsHarder to remove product from jar than some competitors' products.
Long Island, NY
VS Pinnacle Signature
I use Pinnacle Signature Series II as a point of reference. The Pinnacle goes on more like "butter" and is a bit "harder" and stiff in the can. Leave the can in light sunlight and the buttery texture is obtainable (and maybe after you get a cm. deep in the can). I did get more clumps of wax than I prefer. Comes off the car quite easily, whether you let it harden pretty long or wipe it off a panel at a time. Some people have been saying that it "goes on thin." I think I disagree. Much like Pinnacle, I find myself sucking through about 1/3-1/4 a can on a car. Maybe it's a user-error and I'm applying too much, but that's my take. I must say, while I don't prefer the application to Pinnacle, I do prefer the results. Quite a shine! And when you factor in the price, it's a steal. At first I liked the smell, smelled like coconut in the can. As I applied it, it began to smell like vanilla to me. My wife said coconut, but I smelled Vanilla...and I got kinda sick of it. This wax handles application in direct sunlight much better than Pinnacle. I found that it wasn't a nuisance for any of the surfaces of my car...got some on windows, trim, chrome, matte plastic parts of my car's nose, really shiny trim on the b-pillar, etc. Wiped right off. I might apply this to the whole car next time and then just wipe it all off. I don't think hardening will cause any problems.
ProsCheap, great end result, buffs off so easily regardless of wait time, not a nuisance for any types of surfaces it hit, plastic can makes me not hesitate to rest it on my car, great with all levels of sunlight (haven't tried it in blasting heat though).
ConsNot my smell preference, I suck through a can very quickly, a tiny bit more clumpy than I like, not as "buttery" out of the can as some others- but some sunlight helps it.
Los Angeles
interesting finish
I used this over blackfire's carnuba which is pretty soft, and this gave it a pretty great feel, slick but not waxy. I think this is a great finishing wax, once your paint is sealed. my jar seemed on the dry side, not sure if that is common with this brand of wax, and it seemed like it took more work to get a decent amount on a pad. Buffed off pretty smoothly.
Prosfinish, smell.
Conswax seemed dry to me, hard to see hazing on light car
South Texas
Goes on easy, smells great!
This is the first wax I have ever used. Applying the wax was simple, and removing it was not a problem either! It holds up very well in the rain and the beading is gorgeous. The shine and clarity that came from the wax is also a plus. This wax definitely lasted around 6 weeks on my daily driver that is stored outside.
ProsEasy to apply/remove Smells great Nice shine Can apply and immediately wipe off (no curing)