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Does anyone have experience waxing their automobile in cold weather?My vehicle needs some work, and high temps around here lately are low to mid forties. I have Klasse products, and thought asking around here would be good, as well as calling them (no info on the bottles).
 

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My advise to you if you have a garage, get a good size electric heater let it run for a few hours before starting your waxing. Make sure you start off with wax thats at least room temperature. The wax will try after a period of time, if some spots do not get enough heat, take a blow dryer and heat from a safe distance that area. I have done this for the last few winters with good success.
 

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Middle 40F is warm here in Montreal.
I would go to the pool with that temperature.

I wash my car outside when temperature is below 30 ... but sunny.
You can wax your car above 30 without problem. Check the bottle what it says about temperature.

For sure the worst thing that you can do is wax your car when the body temperature is above 80. If you have a black car it will look like a cow
with plenty of white and black spots ...

For instance I never wax my car during day (even in Montreal).
I wax it around 50 F.
 
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