What’s the difference between a wax and a sealant?

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What’s the difference between a wax and a sealant?

In short a wax is a naturally occurring substance and a sealant is man made, people say wax produces a wet looking shine, this is due to the oils that have been added to it in the manufacturing process.

A sealant will better show off any metallic flakes in the paint and is longer lasting.

Both of these products contain fillers and tend to be used by people to mask poor polishing and paint defects.

They are both quick and easy to apply.

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