3m 39526 Perfect-it Show Car Paste Wax 10.5 Ounce Ultra High Gloss on 2040-parts.com
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Manufacturer Part Number:39526
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3M 39526 Perfect-it Show Car Paste Wax 10.5 ounce net weight
3M Perfect-it Show Car Paste Wax, 39526 is an ultra high gloss paste wax with exceptional durability for use on automotive paints. Shines and protects new and like new pint finishes, producing a deep high gloss, lustrous, durable, "wet look" finish.
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