Originally Posted by twissler
The aim with most if not all polishes and waxes is to use the least amount of product you can get away with. Too much and you will struggle to remove it all and thats what can cause the so-called "wax hologramming".
Also did you apply the wax in direct sun light?
I was just gonna ask the same thing. Ive suffered a few times from wax holograms which alex, for the record are visible in the sun mainly when you move your head from side to side. Ive also been known to apply too much product. One tip when applying wax is to dampen your applicator which helps you lay down a whisper thin layer. Im yet to master this myself though
Bare in mind when using a DA polisher for an 18" square section approx you only need 3 skittle sized blobs on the pad which is approx 6". I have been known to slap the AG SRP on thinking the more the better
Also mate, how long did you leave it on to cure for? Some products are best done by maybe applying on 4 panels then , buff the first 2, apply on the next 2 buff 3 & 4 so on so forth. Some can be left for yonks or in direct sunlight with no ill effects. I find FK1000p buffs off so easy. Even if the sun had went in the panels mayve been quite hot still?