Product Review : Nattys Paste Wax

Product Review : Nattys Paste Wax

Poorboy’s World is a highly regarded name in the car care industry, recognized by both amateurs and professionals. Their products have garnered a large and loyal following due to their ease of use, impressive results, and affordability when compared to other brands. While many brands lure enthusiasts with expensive, cleverly designed packaging, Poorboy’s World chose to let their product performance speak for itself.

Instead of investing in extravagant packaging, Poorboy’s concentrated on creating products that deliver exceptional results. In this article, we will focus on Natty’s Paste Wax (specifically the Blue Version), which was one of the first Poorboy’s products I tried (along with their Bold ‘N Bright Tire Gel), and my first experience using a paste wax on a car.

I recently discovered that there are four different versions or variations of this wax. When I initially purchased this wax, only one type was available at the store, so my choice was limited.

Upon further investigation, the differences between the colors can be summarized as follows:

Natty’s Paste Wax Variations

1)Natty’s Paste Wax Blue

This is the original formula, suitable for all paint types and colors. The Blue Paste Wax provides a deep, glossy shine and offers excellent protection against the elements. It is easy to apply and remove, leaving a streak-free finish. This versatile wax is a popular choice for enthusiasts and professionals alike.

Nattys Paste Wax Blue

2)Natty’s Paste Wax Red

This variation is designed specifically for red, orange, and warm-colored paintwork. Natty’s Red Paste Wax contains a blend of high-quality carnauba wax and polymers that bring out the vibrancy and richness of warm-colored paints. The wax provides outstanding protection and leaves a brilliant, wet-look shine that enhances the beauty of red and warm-colored vehicles.

Nattys paste wax red

3)Natty’s Paste Wax White

Tailored for light-colored paints, such as white, silver, and light metallic colors, this formula enhances the clarity and shine of light paintwork. The combination of carnauba wax and polymers in Natty’s White Paste Wax adds depth and brilliance to the paint, making light-colored cars stand out. It also offers excellent protection against the elements.

Nattys Paste Wax

4)Natty’s Paste Wax Black

As the name suggests, this variation is specifically formulated for dark-colored paints, such as black, deep blue, and dark red. It contains a unique blend of high-quality carnauba wax and polymers that enhance the depth and richness of dark paintwork. Natty’s Black Paste Wax also provides exceptional protection and leaves a stunning, wet-look shine that dark-colored car owners adore.

Nattys Paste wax

In summary, each color variation of Natty’s Paste Wax from Poorboy’s World is formulated to cater to specific paint colors and types, ensuring optimal results and protection for your vehicle

Natty’s Paste Wax Review – Is It Any Good?

Initial Impressions

  • Price – You gotta love the affordability of this product, coming in at under 30 bucks for a container. It’s pretty cool that Poorboy’s World keeps the price low without skimping on quality.
  • When I first opened the container, the wax looked more solid than I expected for a “paste.” I was a bit worried that applying and removing it might be a challenge because of its consistency.
  • The tub is pretty big, so I bet it’s gonna last a long time. Definitely a great bang for your buck! I think it’s an 8oz container.
  • As for the smell of Natty’s Blue Paste Wax, it’s awesome. The moment you get your hands on it, give it a sniff – it smells just like bubble gum. If you couldn’t see, you’d have a hard time telling the difference between this and actual gum. The smell alone is a huge plus!


Nattys Paste Wax


  • So, like I mentioned earlier, I was a bit concerned about applying the wax because it seemed solid. But once I started rubbing the pad on the wax and generated a bit of heat and friction, it actually changed pretty quickly.
  • The interesting part is that as soon as the wax touches the pad, it seems to turn into a more liquid, oily consistency. It also spreads out a lot like an oily wax. I realized that a little bit of this stuff goes a long way, and you’ll get better results by applying a thin layer across the paint instead of slathering it on.
  • Just start with a thin coat, and if you think it needs more, you can always add a bit extra later.

Nattys Paste Wax

Nattys blue wax

  • You just might be able to make out the slight oily haze in the picture above, I find this is the perfect amount.
  • This could be one of the easiest-to-apply waxes I have ever used on my car. Superb! Looks can be deceiving.

Curing Time

  • This stuff seems to haze up pretty quickly, much quicker than I expected
  • I have not fully played around with the curing time, but I tend to leave Natty’s on the paint for about 10 minutes before removing it. One of the beautiful things about this wax is that it is safe to use in direct sunlight, so don’t be rushing to get it off the paint if you don’t have the cover of shade. Don’t Worry!
  • A lot of lesser quality waxes will be next to impossible to buff off the paint if they are left in direct sunlight for long enough, I find that this is not the case with this wax

Nattys blue


Buff Off /Removal

  • Natty’s Paste wax comes off like a dream. I must admit I am always a fan of a wax that doesn’t take too much effort to buff off, and this is one of them.
  • This stuff comes off as easy as it goes on, with very little effort. ( Regardless of time left to cure on the car, or in direct sunlight ) This is a big plus for me as I do not have a garage to work in ( yet ), so must make do with applying waxes on my driveway.
  • Once you give the panels a once over with a clean microfiber cloth, you are good to go. You can reapply another layer to the same panel if you want to achieve a deeper shine and a more “wet” look to the car’s paint.Nattys wax


  • All I can say is WOW, this stuff looks amazing. The level of gloss and shine from this wax at this price point is pretty unbelievable, to be honest.
  • This stuff can stand up to a lot more expensive waxes in terms of the looks of the car after it has been applied.
  • The car’s surface feels silky smooth and beads and sheets water very well.
  • Outrageous wet look in all lighting conditions and the reflections are mesmerizing. I will let some of the pictures do the talking. The best thing about it is how little effort and time it took to achieve this look, due to the easy on / easy off nature of this wax. Simplicity at its best.

nattys paste wax

Nattys blue paste wax

nattys blue

And my favourite one below.

Nattys Paste


Protection / Longevity 

  • Natty’s paste wax does a decent job of lasting on the car, but it doesn’t quite measure up to some high-end waxes. However, I don’t think Poorboy’s advertises it as a super long-lasting protective wax, so it’s not a huge deal.
  • Even if it doesn’t stick around forever, the look it gives and the fun of using it make it worth reapplying every couple of weeks if needed.
  • In my experience, a good coat of this wax lasts about a month before it’s time to reapply, and you can still see the protective effects (like water beading) for weeks.
  • This wax is more for those who enjoy the process of waxing their car, rather than a “set it and forget it” approach that comes with some of the longer-lasting, harder coatings that can last for months.

Application Tips for Optimal Results

To achieve the best results with Natty’s Paste Wax, follow these simple yet effective application tips:

A. Starting with a clean, dry surface:

Before applying Natty’s Paste Wax, ensure your car’s surface is clean and dry. Wash your vehicle thoroughly, removing any dirt, debris, and previous wax or sealant residues. Dry the surface with a microfiber towel to prevent water spots and streaking.

B. Using the right applicator pad:

Select a high-quality foam or microfiber applicator pad for applying the wax. These pads are gentle on your car’s paint and ensure even distribution of the product. Make sure the pad is clean and free of debris to avoid scratching the paint.

C. Applying a thin, even layer of wax:

Start by gently rubbing the applicator pad on the paste wax to pick up a small amount of product. Remember, a little goes a long way with Natty’s Paste Wax. Apply the wax to your car’s surface in a thin, even layer using overlapping circular or straight-line motions. This technique ensures complete coverage and allows the wax to bond effectively to the paint.

D. Allowing adequate curing time before buffing:

After applying the wax, let it sit and cure on the surface for a few minutes, or until it turns into a hazy film. This curing time allows the wax to bond to the paint and provide optimal protection. Once the wax has hazed over, use a clean microfiber towel to gently buff the surface, removing the excess wax and revealing a brilliant shine.

E. Layering for additional protection and shine:

For enhanced shine and protection, consider applying a second coat of Natty’s Paste Wax after the first layer has been buffed off. Ensure the first coat has fully cured before applying a second layer. This additional step will help to maximize the product’s performance and prolong its protective qualities.

By following these application tips, you’ll be well on your way to achieving a stunning finish with Natty’s Paste Wax, while also providing your car’s paint with excellent protection

Final Thoughts – Is Nattys Wax Worth It?

As you can probably tell, I’m a big fan of this product, and I truly believe it offers exceptional value for its price. Natty’s Paste Wax can hold its own against many more expensive waxes, and I think it deserves recognition for its outstanding performance. Kudos to Poorboy’s World!

This wax has definitely earned a permanent spot in my detailing supplies, and I’ve already recommended it to several friends who’ve asked about the stunning finish on my car.

In terms of value for money, it’s hard to find a better option. If you know of a product that can outperform Natty’s Paste Wax at this price point, I’d love to hear about it! Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section.

  • Price 10/10

  • Application 8/10

  • Curing Time 8/10

  • Buff Off / Removal 9/10

  • Appearance 9/10

  • Protection 6/10

  • Overall Score 8/10

Natty’s Paste Wax- Where to Buy?

If you want to try Natty’s paste wax – please consider purchasing it through my Amazon Link HERE

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Have you tried this product already? If so please let me know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Dont forget you can check out many great waxes over on the DriveDetailed Store

Until next time, Happy Detailing!

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About the Author – Darren O Hara

Darren is the founder of the DriveDetailed blog and is a keen detailing enthusiast living in the rainy south of Ireland. When he is not cleaning his car he is always researching ways he can improve his techniques and enjoys testing out out new products.

Darren currently drives an Audi TTRS and is a big fan of performance cars.

You can follow Darren on Instagram @darrenoharacork


3 thoughts on “Product Review : Nattys Paste Wax

  1. Hello there! I am the Operation’s Manager at Poorboy’s World and just now saw this. Thank you for the detailed review. We are happy that you shared your results.

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