Make your own free website on
Cardinal Chemical Corporation
Manufacturing Chemists

719 Bush Street; Toledo, OH 43604
1-800-876-SOAP(7627) ;


Parts Detergents, Rust Inhibitors, Rust & Scale Removers-Metal Brighteners, Paint and Carbon Removers

Bulk Transport Tank and Tote Tank Cleaners

Steam Cleaning and Pressure Washing Compounds

Ink and Coatings Cleaners

Car and Truck Wash Products

Janitorial Products

Laundry Products

Miscellaneous Chemical Products

Liquid Spray Wax for Automotive Finishes

For automatic spray waxing of cars; most common use is in drive-thru car washes. It produces a higher gloss and is longer lasting than any type of cold spray wax. It is also superior to cold spray waxes in other properties: it provides better beading, increased rust resistance, and improved water repelling properties.

To Use

Prepare feed solution by mixing one part Hot Spray Wax with 4 parts water. If mixed in a drum a 1:4 mixture is equivalent to 11 gallons Hot Spray Wax mixed with 44 gallons water to make 55 gallons feed solution. Use hot or cold water; hot is recommended for easier mixing. Mix well until a uniform solution is secured as indicated by a uniform color.

Hot Spray Wax may be used in cold water, but for best results, the spray wax water must be hot, about 150F/65C.

Apply feed solution just before the car enters the dryer. Apply by injecting 15 ounces of feed solution into the spray wax water; or, if a separate spray wax cycle is not used, inject into the last 3 gallons of the rinse water. Blow dry.

At these rates of dilution and application, the quantity of Hot Spray Wax actually applied is 3 ounces per car.


Clear, green liquid. Mild odor. Non-flammable. Moderate viscosity.