Applied Graphene Materials has announced that its customer, Halo Autocare, a leading innovator in car care products, has launched Graphene Alloy Wheel Wax as part of its EZ Car Care range of products. This is the second graphene-enhanced wax polish product launched by Halo Autocare as part of its Graphene Innovation Programme, which uses AGM’s Genable® graphene dispersion technology.

Applied Graphene Materials customer launches second graphene-enhanced car polishing wax product image

The microcrystalline wax-based polish is said to be the result of the continued partnership and a rigorous testing programme delivered by Halo Autocare. This has produced a new product that delivers extended performance benefits, including improved thermal and chemical resistance to enhance coating durability further for demanding wheel and exhaust applications. The temperature resistance made possible through the new graphene nanoplatelet formulation helps with durability when alloy wheels heat up from consistent brake use. Combining these attributes with excellent barrier performance means that water spotting is also less likely to occur.

Graphene Alloy Wheel Wax, which is enhanced with AGM’s Genable graphene dispersion technology, is already available online and represents a further milestone for both companies in bringing graphene nanoplatelet-based products to the wider market.

Darren Fleury, Managing Director of Halo Autocare Ltd added:

“Halo Autocare and our sister company Innovation Chem have been working to incorporate Graphene technology into our product ranges via our brand EZ Car Care. We are extremely proud to announce that we have successfully dispersed AGM’s ground breaking Genable® graphene dispersion into wax-based systems, a quick detailing spray and a cream sealant.



We released our Graphene carnauba wax in October 2020 and we have had phenomenal feedback from our customers. The results have been excellent & during our vigorous R&D period testing has shown a great improvement with the addition of the Graphene dispersion.

I hope that this is just the beginning for Graphene technology in the automotive sector and we will continue to push innovation within our field.”

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