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At Ankor Wax Australia, the complete satisfaction of our customers is our top priority. Check out some of our frequently asked questions below to get the information you’re looking for. Contact us with any other thoughts or questions.


What surfaces can you apply Ankor Wax to?

Unlike other products, Ankor Wax is clean, clear and very easy to use. You can also apply to bare metal, surface rust, oxidised paint or freshly painted surfaces. Also, if you were to apply Ankor Wax to the upper side of a floorpan for example, it will not effect your ability to glue a new set of carpets to the pan.


How do I apply Ankor Wax?

Ankor Wax can be applied by air-less or low pressure spray equipment or with a brush. The product should be applied to the point of saturating the surface without dripping (not in the case of patinated paint) and this results in the correct coating thickness. Overspraying is not normally a problem because Ankor Wax is not harmful to painted surfaces or plastic vehicle components.

Surface preparation is not critical but loose scale or rust should be removed. Application can be made over light surface rust or dirt and over previous intact undercoating. Ankor Wax can be removed if and where necessary using commercially available solvents such as Kerosene or Paraffin.


What should I expect after applying Ankor Wax?

Ankor wax also allows you to choose the finish you want, whether it be a matt, semi-gloss or gloss. Once hardened, it can be buffed to a gloss finish if required.

After application, Ankor Wax cures to a tack free condition providing a layer of tough, pliable, bonded rustproofing material. This coating is tenacious and tough, it resists abrasion from road debris and other mechanical damage and will not crack, chip, peel or flake. The coating also remains sound and intact in all climates.


Ankor wax dries clear and is clean to use requiring little or no clean up after application.

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