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Swissvax Mirage


We Say

Swissvax Mirage is a premium wax that delivers an outstanding finish characterised by intense richness, amazing water beading and a liquid-like level of glossiness. As you would expect from a premium product, its durability is also good; a lifespan of up to four months per application is to be expected, and this can be extended by a month or two if it is layered from the outset. In terms of suitability, we favour using Swissvax Mirage on warmer solid-coloured finishes due to the intense richness it imparts, although in reality it delivers a fantastic looking finish on all colours.

Key Features

Beading10/10(Compared To Others)
Durability3 Months +(Average Value)
Slickness9/10(Compared To Others)


Swissvax Mirage is a premium level all-round wax from the broad Swissvax wax portfolio that is suitable for all paint types and colours. Containing 40% pure Brazilian No.1 carnauba by volume and enriched with avocado oil and tropical fruit extracts, Swissvax Mirage provides long-lasting protection against the elements and produces a stunningly rich high gloss finish with excellent water beading characteristics. A minimum lifespan of three months per application is normal for a daily driver, but this can be extended towards the six month mark if it is layered from the outset.


More Information
Adds Protection Yes
Application Method By hand only
Carnauba Content (By Volume) 40%
Durability 3 months +
Enhances Gloss Yes
Flake Pop
Layerable Yes (allow 12 hours between coats)
Recommended For All paint types and colours
Trim-Safe No

How To Use

Swissvax Mirage should only be applied by hand. For best results, it should be applied to freshly cleansed paint three to four panels at a time and as thinly and evenly as possible using a Swissvax Foam Applicator Pad. The resulting film should be buffed off within a few minutes of application using either a Swissvax Micro-Fluffy Towel or a Swissvax Micro-Polish Towel; there is absolutely no need to allow the film to dry fully before it is removed.