Soft 99 Fusso Coat Review

Soft99 Fusso Coat Wax

In this review, we take a look at the highly coveted Soft 99 Fusso Coat wax. If you’re looking for a wax that’s going to produce jaw dropping reflections and gloss, create insane water beading results, all at a reasonable price point, this may be the perfect wax for you.

Who Makes It?

Fusso is produced in Japan and is one of the most succesful car care products that they’ve ever produced. It’s imported into the UK the wonderul people at Nippon Shine.

Nippon Shine specialise in Japanese car cleaning products. In actual fact, it’s all they do, everything is imported from Japan. As well as the wonderul Fusso, they’ll offer pretty much anything and everything relating to car care.

What’s Included In The Package?

Soft99 Fusso Coat is available in two different guises, one for light coloured cars and one for dark coloured cars. Both are supplied in a 200g metal pot. Disappointingly but understandably, the package doesn’t include any applicator pads or microfiber cloths. We might be expecting a little bit too much at this price point but an applicator pad and a microfiber cloth would be a nice inclusion.

How Do I Apply Soft99 Fusso Coat Wax?

Application of Soft 99 Fusso Coat Wax is relatively simple and straight forward with the age old caveat, everything is in the preparation stage.

Have you read our comprehensive guide on how to safely wash your car and also how to safely dry your car? It’ll provide with you some great information on the all important first steps of applying a wax to your pride and joy. To get the most out of any wax, it’s really important to properly prepare the paintwork surface.

  • Lightly dampen your chosen applicator pad and gently apply a thin layer of the wax onto the pad.
  • Begin applying the wax to your first panel applying light pressure in a circular motion ensuring you’ve got the entire panel covered.
  • Allow the panel to cure to a haze, allow for around 10-15 minutes for this.
  • Once fully cured, buff to a high shine with a fresh, clean microfiber cloth ensuring to turn the cloth frequently.

Can I use Soft99 Fusso coat wax on wheels?

Soft99 Fusso Coat Wax can be used on wheels.

Whilst there are dedicated wheel sealants available for this very task, a good quality wax will do the job too.

As we highlighted earlier, if you’re planning on applying wax to your alloy wheels, it’s really important to ensure that the surface that you’re coating is prepared properly.

Thoroughly clean your wheels with your wheel cleaner of choice, ensuring that all traces of tar and iron fallout are removed.

Once your wheels are clean and dry, begin applying the wax to the wheels in light, circular motions. Just like when applying the wax to the paintwork, allow the wax to dry to a haze and buff to a high shine with a fresh, clean microfibre cloth.

Top tip: Once you’ve applied a wax to your wheels, do not use an acidic based wheel cleaner to clean your wheels the following week. Doing this will strip the wax from the wheels entirely rendering your hard work a week earlier wasted.

The big benefit to applying a car wax to your alloy wheels is that brake dust will clean off the surface much easier and therefore a strong, acidic based wheel cleaner isn’t required. A good car shampoo should do the job just fine.

Can I layer Soft99 Fusso Coat Wax?

Soft99 Fusso Coat wax can be layered.

Applying a second coat of this wonderful wax will produce slightly glossier results and ensure maximum coverage. It’s always best practice to add a second layer of wax just incase you’ve missed some spots on the first coat.

Becuase of the solvent content within the wax, we reccomend waiting atleast 24 hours before applying the second coat. 24 hours should be sufficient to ensure the second coat adheres to the paint properly.


As with any wax or sealant. durability is a key factor to consider. Logically, the more durable a wax is, the longer it’s going to last which in turn means you’ll be applying it less often. Durabiliy is one of Soft99 Fusso Coat Wax’ biggest strong points and the manufacturer claims protection of up to 12 months. That’s a pretty remarkable achievement from a conventional paste wax, you’d normally assosciate that sort of durability with a ceramic coating.

In the real world, and particularly with our grimey UK roads, we think about 9 months is a more realistic expectation which is still extremely impressive. With that in mind, a 200g pot is likely to last many years and offers superb value for money.

It’s important to note that there are some key factors which can affect this, as with all waxes.

  1. It’s imperative that your car is prepared correctly prior to application
  2. Ensure that your car is completely contaminant free. Applying a wax on a car which still contains contaminants can seriously reduce the lifespan of the wax and also affect performance from the initial application.
  3. Always follow the manufacturers instructions to ensure maximum peformance.

Our Thoughts

Fusso Coat Wax has completely taken the car care world storm and it’s extremely easy to see why. The results it produces are nothing short of remarkable, coupled with it’s incredible price point, it’s difficult to see any negatives.

There are two variants available, one designed specifically for light coloured cars and one designed speficially for dark coloured cars. Whilst it wouldn’t be a disaster to use the wrong one, it’ll certainly help to match up the correct one for your particular car.

It’s extremely easy to work with and apply and isn’t too difficult to remove. Some waxes can be really difficult to remove if left on the paintwork for too long, thankfully, Fusso Coat isn’t like that. To ensure it isn’t overly difficult to remove, always remember to apply light coats of the wax and not too thick.

Fusso Coat Wax doesn’t actually contain any Carnauba wax, rather it’s made up of a fluorine polymer. The upshot of this is that the surface has to be completely contaminant and oil free in order for it to bond to the paintwork properly.

The gloss levels and reflections that Fusso Soft Coat creates are nothing short of stunning, you’d be hard pushed to find a wax which can produce better.

Finally, and possibly the best feature of Soft99 Fusso Soft Coat is it’s water repellency. The water sheeting and beading is astonishing and resembles the sort of performance you’d expect to see from a top end ceramic coating. To get these results from a tin wax is remarkable and something we have never seen before.


In Summary, Soft99 Fusso Coat is an astonishing wax and a real game changer. To get this sort of performance from a paste wax is incredible, even more incredible is the price point.

We think this is the best wax a country mile at this price point. There are however plenty of excellent alternatives, such as

Bilt-Hamber Double Speed Wax Review

Autoglym HD Wax Review

Collinite 476s Wax Review

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