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Wax Removal Tool Combo

How many times have you spent HOURS or DAYS (it’s true – a detail can take days if the vehicle is bad enough!) meticulously polishing and waxing your vehicle, only to have a friend or neighbor point out the embarrassing fact that you accidentally left traces of wax or polish in between body panels? Say goodbye to crusty wax and polish residue and say hello to the Wax Removal Tool Combo!

The Wax Removal Tool is a plastic scraper that is thin enough to fit in between body panels and trim seams, making it possible to safely remover crusty wax and polish residue. How does it work? Simply wrap the Wax Removal Tool with the included microfiber towel, place it between a body panel or trim seam, move the scraper back and forth (while wrapped around the towel still) and voila! You now have a quick, easy, safe way to remove wax and polish residue. Best of all, you don't have to worry about scratching your paint.

The Wax Removal Tool also comes in handy for removing stubborn stickers or dealership emblems. The tapered edge will help pry and lift unwanted stickers and emblems without scratching. Use with 3M Adhesive Remover for stubborn emblems.

Includes 2 Wax Removal Tools and one 16 x 16 microfiber towel.

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Wax Removal Tool Combo

Sale Price: $6.79You Save $1.20 (15%)
Item ID: HT-PB-200-CMB
Retail Value: $7.99
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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100% Recommend this product (5 of 5 responses)
MP PA 15666
Wax removal tool combo
Second time I purchased these, I really like the way they work for detailing.
ProsGood Tool
Consnone
Hattiesburg, MS
Simple Solution for Common Problem
We've all gotten waxes or similar products into the crevices of the car's exterior and then have to look at the white residue. This little tool works great for getting into those cracks and crevices and removing that residue.

When you first look at this combo, you may think you can just use an old credit card or similar piece of plastic and DIY it. That may work, but it won't be quite as good as this tool. That's because the plastic card is slightly convex--thicker in the middle than at the edges. This allows it to get into those tight spots easier and remove wax from both sides at once. It's a small little detail, but it makes a difference.
Wilton Manors, Florida
Novel idea
Who would have thought a couple of pieces of plastic could make a difference? This is really handy to have if you're a stickler for little details and getting to nearly every nook, cranny and seam to remove any unsightly dried wax or detailing product. While anything slender would work for pushing the towel into the area to be wiped, the tools won't shred or tear the towel. The edges of the tools are rounded and flexible enough to be effective nearly everywhere. It's best to keep the cloth and the tools together as a single detailing tool. Just lay the tools in the towel and fold the towel over them to prevent them from being lost.
ProsVersatile and flexible enough to be used nearly anywhere on the vehicle.
ConsThe flexibility of the tools means they can be damaged or bent if forced hard or handled carelessly. The tools are small and can be lost if you're not careful.
Tampa,Florida
Simple Tool
I have used this tool once and I like it a lot. It may seem simple, but the device has many curved corners and thicknesses. This helps to get the wax buildup or dirt out of trim edges; that before now were hard to get at.
Lexington, kY
OK Value for a Handy Tool
Plastic tool is beveled to allow the towel to get in between panel gaps of varying size and it does its job pretty well. However, I think if offered separately as a single piece for $1.00 or so would be the best buy, since you don't really need two of them as I don't anticipate one breaking and, well, we all probably have tons of towels. Glad I picked this one up though.