Wax vs. Sealants: What’s the difference?
By Michael Turner
If you’re a person who is new to the auto detailing game, you may find yourself confused by all the different waxes and sealants on the market and by how they are used. If you plan on using a detail service you may even be overwhelmed by all the different services and packages offered. But it’s okay to be a little bewildered at first because there are lots of options to be considered.
You see, it’s not just about which product or which package is best for your vehicle, but which ones best fit your lifestyle. One of the main points of confusion for car owners is the difference between wax and sealant. Yes, they both protect your paint job while at the same time making it shine with elegant brilliance. But what’s the difference!? It all depends on how long you want that shine and protection to last and how much you expose your car to the elements. It’s also important to note that not all waxes and sealants are created equal.
Different types of wax provide different levels of brilliance. Same goes for sealants and the level of protection they offer. Now, obviously if you’re stressing over wax and sealant you are not your average “get in the car and drive” motorist. You want to keep it beautiful and protected at all times. Bowtie Detail Services understands this and we want you to be informed, so we have provided this brief explanation of some of the main differences between wax and sealant. And once you figure out which is best for you, give Bowtie and call and we’ll fix you up!