I have shied away from waxing my cars, because I hated the extra hassle of applying it and then buffing it all off, after washing the vehicle. Man am I glad I didn't resort to a wash-and-wax solution, or even a spray wax. I found out on this forum that I should only be applying a small amount of wax, and waxing the car is enjoyable now that I quickly apply it, and then just as quickly buff it off. With just a small amount of effort, I can see very nice results.
I'm wondering--the last two cars I waxed were with Meguiar's liquid cleaner wax. Was the ease of taking it off, because it was a liquid (and not a paste)? Or was it that the ease of use was simply because I wasn't over-applying it? I'd hate to purchase a new container of paste wax, only to find that it was just as awkward to take off as the last container of paste wax I've been using the last few years.