You can. It does not hurt anything. My truck has clear coat on it to protect the paint, but during the time that it was made, companies were using less clear coat on the vehicles to save money, and now the clear coat on my truck is starting to wear off, and the paint job is getting what looks like poc marks in it. I have to wax on occasion to protect the paint. I would just use the stuff you get in a container at any store that sells auto products. Turtle wax is a good one.
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Last edited at 11:21AM on 7/27/2011
Ive heard of a teflon clear coat that you cant wax but all cars leave the factory with a clear coat....maybe just hit one small area like the lower quarter panel...and maybe go with mothers brand car wax. Just to give the best chance of working
Yes, you should wax it, since the clear coat needs to be taken care of just like any other paint. Waxing your car will enable it to maintain its shine and helps it resist the harm caused by environmental conditions.
I use a line of products that are called Ice. They are the only ones that have no white powdery residue to clean up so the car looks better with the least work. It also can be applied in the sun which makes finding a place to do the work easier. I would honestly have to rate the luster only a7.5 out of 10 but the work required of all the products I have used that provide a shine of 9.5 is just not worth it to me.
Yeah! Even though I don't have a car, but my father is a good driver. And I see my father wax his car with clear coat on it two years ago when the car crashed with a trunck. Doing so is just protect the car. Your car will work better and longer.