Saw an add for an all purpose wx that is free of PFC's called Green Wax. Anybody have any experience with it. I was interested as I am trying to stay away from working with chemical fumes.
In my opinion, there are still fumes. They are different but still something coming up. And from the waxes I've played with it depends on what you want from a wax. For basic waxing or bulk machine waxing I guess these waxes are OK. They don't (from what I've seen) have the durability, the same level of glide and the quality of other waxes. That being said, I hope people buy these waxes and that the manufacturers push the R&D of these waxes so that the quality improves, the glide gets better, etc.
Basic waxes from any number of suppliers also don't contain flourocarbons. This website is extremely misleading in suggesting that flourocarbons are present in all the competitors waxes. Lack of flourocarbon=cheap wax. There is nothing wrong with flouro free wax in dry, cool conditions.
If you just want a cheap, mediocre wax, and "green" whatever fits in with whatever handbag you are carrying this season...go for it.