When you invest in a new car, truck, or SUV, you want to keep it looking sweet – right? Truthfully, we do – in fact, according to the IBISWorld Industry Report, the automotive paint protection, and car wash market, just in the USA, involved the spending of $10.2 BILLION by vehicle owners in 2016 alone.

That’s a lot of hard-earned money spent on making our daily drivers and weekend-warriors look shiny. Besides washing the vehicle, applying protective car wax or ceramic coatings is the natural progression of automotive care.

The question most consumers ask is – “when it comes to car wax vs ceramic coating, which is best.”

Some people prefer the old-school physical labor associated with applying and reapplying car wax. Others love the durability and brilliant shine produced by Ceramic Coating. Regardless of what side of the fence you lean on, you deserve factual information – so you can make an informed decision.

That’s what Mindful Detailing do.

Our mission is to delivery the best results by using products that are high-quality solutions with specific professional techniques.

Let's branch this:

1. What is Car Wax?

Carnauba Wax
This is car wax in it’s original form. Carnauba Wax is derived from a Brazilian Palm Tree, which secretes this substance on the palm leaves, hardens and leaves a hard, protective shell – like an M&M – but we don’t recommend eating it.

The most popular type of autobody protectant sold across the globe is car wax. The most common substance used for the protection of cars, trucks, and SUV’s is referred to as carnauba wax.