The cleaning power of citrus-Who Knew? We’ve all seen cleaning products that smell like lemons or oranges which I always thought was just a marketing ploy to cover up the harsh odor of cleaning products but, I was wrong. Citrus fruits like lemons and oranges contain a solvent called d-limonene which is actually an excellent degreaser and all-around cleaner.
There’s no doubt products for protecting a vehicles’ finish have come a long way over the years; from the beginning of paste waxes requiring hours of elbow grease to the easy wipe on wipe off products of today-the evolution has never stopped. Ceramic coatings are the latest incarnation of vehicle protective coating and its hard to comprehend how a product could get better.
You're sitting on a warm, tropical beach. The smell of pineapples & coconuts fill the air. Waves crash against the shore & you realize, you're home. No literally, you're in front of your house, microfiber cloth in-hand, spraying down your ride for its first wash of the summer. And those aren't pineapples you're smelling; it's the sweet scent of Jax Wax's Hawaiian Shine.
We are doing a 10% rebate back in a supply credit again for the month of August. All of your purchases this month minus shipping and tax are eligible for the supply credit rebate to be used by the end of October 2018. What a better time to refresh your paint set or make that switch to the Diamont Paint line from Standox, you will have part of your first reorder covered by the rebate.
After much testing we are ready to introduce our latest product: Interior Paint Additive, aka IPA!
We are having a different kind of March Madness around here this March, we are giving you a rebate back on all your purchases March 1, 2018 to March 31,2018. A 10% rebate to be exact. All you have to do is place your orders like you normally do fill out the rebate form by April 15, 2018, I know tax day so it should not be too hard to remember, and in about a week you will get your code to use any time before May 31, 2018. It's as simple as that!
How many of you have gotten this window?
And thought "I have to mix HOW much to do this touch up?" OR "There has got to be a better way!"
Here is your answer...
Use the Quart formula.