Simoniz - "the" name in car care products since 1910 and coined the term "Simonized", which could be applied to cars that had been given the Simoniz treatment.
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This is the re-release of the original car wax ... and after application, I don't think they've changed much
You get 150g of wax in a tin about the same size as a Meguiars #16 tin. The wax is hard and when rubbed with a finger releases its scent - solvent and carnauba are both very present. There is nothing else in there to mask the scent, which is good - the carnauba scent is really nice and the solvent not too strong.
The product is made in the UK and the "tin" is actually tin and recyclable. I should have got a hint from waxing the tin lid last night ... removal was a pig and REALLY needed some buffing. It does say on the tin not to allow the product to dry, but you do need to be quick - this is practically a WOWO wax: Wipe On ... Wipe Off
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WOWOBQ!!! Wipe On ... Wipe Off ... Bloomin' Quick
Application is easy enough - just rub a foam pad in the tin and wipe over the paint.
... a promising product and we'll see how it fairs. I did have high hopes, but in the end it is a cheap wax and nowhere near the calibre or class of Autoglym HD Wax, to compare to another legacy manufacturer releasing a paste wax. What I will say is that the look is glossy and the surface really feels to be protected by something - you can definitely feel it there on the paint