Congratulations. You just got an unlimited car wash membership. Or, perhaps you’ve had a membership for a while now. You’ll probably notice how clean and shiny your car is after you wash at Quick Quack Car Wash. That smooth shine comes from the Ultra Shine process in our Best “Lucky Duck” Car Wash.
This highly complex application combines silicones and carnauba waxes to create a silky-smoot finish on your vehicle’s surface. While it provides excellent shine qualities, it also plays an important role in drying the car as well.
And, we can’t forget about the Wax to Seal which helps protect your car’s clear coat by filling in the porous marks and micro divots, making the shine last a little longer.
So, now that you no longer have to make your car shine by hand, what will you do with all that car wax you brought? Keep reading for fun and unusual ways to use up your car wax.
Spruce up your patio furniture.
According to Take A Yard, you can use car wax on aluminum and iron patio furniture to keep it looking good. (Just not recommended for wood furniture.) Remove any cushions or covers and wash your patio furniture with soap and water and let dry completely. Then apply a thin layer of car wax and buff it off with a soft cloth after letting it sit for a few seconds. Of course, you can try a small, discrete spot first to ensure it works on your furniture.
Make shoveling snow easier.
We love this tip from This Old House. Apply two coats of car wax to your shovel before you shovel snow from your driveway and sidewalks. This will help prevent snow from sticking to your shovel, making the tedious task a little easier. And hopefully a little quicker too.
See yourself better.
Do your mirrors fog up after a nice, hot shower? Of course, they do. And wiping the fog with your hand doesn’t really help. Instead, try this trick from One Good Thing. Apply a thin layer of car wax to your mirrors, before you shower preferably, let dry and buff with a soft cloth.
Get those appliances to shine.
From greasy fingerprints to unsightly food smudges, your refrigerator and dishwasher can start to look grimy. Apply car wax to your stainless-steel appliances to keep them looking new and smudge free. We thank The Family Handyman for this fingerprint-free idea.
Jam out to the oldies.
CDs that is. If you have these relic beats lying around, and they skip at your favorite part of the chorus, a little car wax could help. Cleverly Me recommends gently rubbing a little car wax on the back of the CD and removing it with a microfiber cloth. Of course, if that doesn’t work ask, “Alexa, play my favorite song.”
While it’s fun to find creative uses for car wax, don’t forget about your car too. Take it to your nearest Quick Quack Car Wash to get the shine without any elbow work.