Tried and Tested: Niax Carnauba Waterless Wash & Wax
Driving in India can be stressful at times, and keeping your car clean can be an even bigger task. More so if you’re an enthusiast who is very particular when it comes to taking care of your car. And if you have been in that position, you will know the amount of toiling that it takes to keep your machine clean and shiny. We have been testing the Niax Carnauba Waterless Wash & Wax, and as the resident car-care guy at the office, I was thrilled when the Ed assigned me the task of reviewing the product.
It is super-easy to use the CWX dry-wash. You simply wipe off any loose dust and dirt present on your car with a microfiber cloth, and then spray the CWX onto your car. Finally, just lightly buff out the product with a fresh microfiber cloth in a circular motion. The first time you use the product, the CWX does leave a lustrous shine on body panels, which is noticeable when you compare it to a panel where the dry-wash hasn’t been used. As opposed to using a regular car shampoo and then applying a wax coat, the CWX does offer a wax-like finish without needing water or an additional coat of wax.
This makes the Niax CWX particularly convenient when you need to clean your car in a jiffy, a fact that is appreciated when we’re out on shoots. If you’re dedicatedly bent on cleaning your car to a spotless shine however, you will need to put in the time and effort using a car shampoo and a wax coat. But for most of us, the Niax Carnauba Waterless Wash & Wax works as an ideal solution for achieving similar results with a product that’s easy and convenient to use for the layman as well as enthusiasts.
Priced at ₹539, you can buy the Carnauba Waterless Wash & Wax from the Niax website and the product is also available on e-commerce websites like Amazon.