Hybrid waxes are a fusion of high quality natural waxes (e.g. carnauba) and high-tech sealing components.
They try to combine the best of both worlds. High lamination, increase in gloss, beading behavior and easy handling thanks to the wax elements. In addition, there is a long service life, resistance (also to solvents and heat) and the radiant factor of the seal.
The high-quality hybrid waxes from Dodo Juice play at eye level with ceramic coatings for several months. However, they do not require the enormous amount of work involved in processing. Also, with a hybrid wax, the risk that you do something wrong when processing is equal to 0 in contrast to a ceramic coating.
Scarlet Fever is based on the award-winning Supernatural Hybrid recipe. It can therefore fall back on the titles "Best Wax" and "Best Sealant". After all, it's a bit of both.
It is the first dedicated red wax from Dodo Juice. Of course, you can apply any wax to any color, but the red shade of Scarlet Fever gives the paintwork between 2-4% more color depth. The difference on a red paint or on warm colors may not be great, but it is there. And it's that warm, soft glow you'd normally only see on a trip to Chernobyl ..
Hybrid waxes show their strengths especially with metallic and mother-of-pearl lacquers, as the sealing components ensure a stronger reflection than with pure carnauba waxes. Since these are also particularly heat-resistant, you can also use the waxes for sealing rims without any problems.
How often should you refresh the hybrid wax? We recommend every 4-6 months. Of course, the interval depends on your driving performance, your washing behavior and whether your vehicle is allowed to sleep in a garage or is one of the lantern parkers. For a garage vehicle, a wax regimen of once a year should be sufficient.