Swissvax Best of Show

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Concours winning carnauba wax for all paint types and colours. Buy online and earn loyalty points as you shop.
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Swissvax Best of Show has been meticulously developed to offer a concours winning finish at a realistic price point. Combining 50% pure Brazilian No. 1 yellow carnauba wax by volume with passion fruit and apricot extracts, it delivers a jaw dropping finish characterised by incredible richness, strong water beading and a liquid-like level of glossiness that is almost surreal. In short, Swissvax Best of Show is awesome in every respect; it smells amazing, goes on easily, buffs off easily and delivers a world class finish. It is a deeply impressive product.

Key Features

Beading 10/10 (Compared To Others)
Durability 3 Months + (Average Value)
Slickness 10/10 (Compared To Others)


Swissvax Best of Show is a proven concours winning wax from the broad Swissvax wax portfolio that is suitable for all paint types and colours. Containing 50% pure Brazilian No.1 yellow carnauba by volume along with passion fruit and apricot extracts, Swissvax Best of Show produces an intensely rich, high gloss shine with deep reflections and excellent water beading characteristics. Although it's formulated primarily for show and concours participants, it's also well suited for use on cherished daily drivers too, thanks to its respectable durability.


More Information
Layerable Yes (allow 12 hours between coats)
Recommended For All paint types and colours
Trim-Safe No
Enhances Gloss Yes
Flake Pop
Carnauba Content (By Volume) 50%
Adds Protection Yes
Application Method By hand only
Durability 3 months +

How To Use

Swissvax Best of Show 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.


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