I was wondering if you have any kind of wintertime durability testing data you could share? In the northeast, we see repeated days of road salt, and other chemicals. I know Ultimate Wax is your most durable, longest lasting, best protecting LSP. On a daily driver what kind of life expectancy can one expect? The roads in Pittsburgh usually have a salty/chemical brine one drives through (and subsequently splashes all over the rocker panels, and lower doors, hood, etc) from December through February. Most days do not provide enough temperature to hand wash, maybe a total of 4-6 times during those 12 odd weeks. Very limited chances to boost the protection with either another layer of wax, or your Ultimate Quik Wax. If one prepped, waxed, etc in early December, would there be any protection left by March 1st? I understand it is a guestimate, as each car is driven in different conditions, was just looking for a ball park estimation if at all possible. Thanks, love your products!!