The "all-condition" waxes work all right, better than nothing does. “Universal waxes” give up performance in specific areas to even out the performance across a broader range. You are better off watching the weather and using a higher grade, more temperature specific wax, if you are looking for better performance. I usually keep a minimum of 3 temp ranges on hand, Swix LF or HF, and graphite. I mix a lot though as well, including graphite and multiple base and topcoat layers. Even if I guess off a few degrees the performance of the higher quality wax is still better than the "universal" stuff and it really does not take that much longer. Remember wax does not last as long as most people think, 1 good day, 2 tops. If you are just looking to maintain your bases and save time the universal wax is an inexpensive and hassle free way to go. It is just like anything else, more detail and harder work get you better results.
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