Chemical Guys Pete’s ’53 Black Pearl Carnauba Paste Wax is the perfect way to give your paintwork a show winning shine. Pete’s ’53 is for the enthusiast who demands a paste wax that is handcrafted from the highest quality all-natural materials. Pete’s ’53 blends only the finest raw ingredients combining almond, coconut, banana, and propolis oils in a premium emulsion combined with 53 percent Brazilian white carnauba by volume. The all-natural paste wax creates a warm shine that will really let your paintwork stand out. Pete’s ’53 offers a brilliant high gloss shine to any color paintwork. The unique blend of oils and liquid crystal polymers is specifically formulated to enhance dark and metallic paintwork.
Chemical Guys unique blend of natural carnauba creates a hydrophobic layer that protects your vehicle from water spots, road grime, and contamination stains that can ruin the shine of your paintwork. Pete’s ’53 provides the world’s greatest detailing enthusiasts with a high gloss shine that is truly impressive. For over 100 years, automotive enthusiasts have cherished the warm, deep shine that all-natural carnauba wax gives to paintwork. The high-gloss finish is what custom car designers use to impress the judges at shows around the world.
Pete’s ’53 is the perfect choice for vehicles with dark colored or metallic paintwork. The unique timeless formula allows metallic flake to sparkle in the sun. The paintwork enhancing effect is achieved by using a secret blending formula that has been passed down for generations. The top-secret blending formula gives Pete’s ’53 a shine that is only available from Chemical Guys. One coat of the black pearl Brazilian carnauba will have your eyes addicted to the wet shine that is only achieved by decades of innovation. Get the shine that has everyone addicted with Pete’s 53 Black Pearl Signature Paste Wax.
WHY BUY THIS PRODUCT?
- 53% Brazilian white carnauba wax
- Wipe on, wipe off formula
- Perfect for dark, pearls and metallic paintwork
- Unique blend of oils and liquid crystal polymers