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Old 02-06-2009, 12:09 PM   #1
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Default Car Wax, etc. frozen! Any good??

I left all my car care products in the garage over the past few weeks and it got to below zero temps here. All of them froze up and I was wondering if they will be any good if I got them back to liquid form again?

Do you guys think I should just ditch em and buy new wax, etc?
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Default Re: Car Wax, etc. frozen! Any good??

Had this happen once in college, since I stored my car care stuff in the trunk of my cadillac. No room in my dorm, but I had to have it. Everything that froze was junk after that. The car wash soap seperated, the wax never dried right, the tire shine lasted only a couple of hours. Honestly, I'd try it, but I wouldn't keep my hopes up.
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You were right - they did seperate and perform like crap now (I tried some). Damn this really sucks - I had like over $150 worth of care care stuff on two shelves in my garage... IL WEATHER SUCKS!!

I guess next winter I will box em up and bring em inside my house ...
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