Ok guys, this is the deal. I spent 10 hrs yesterday detailing my wife's silver Altima. My steps were: Wash with Dawn, Clay using clay magic, re-wash, polish with PC 7424 using Megs Ultimate Compound and orange light cutting pad, polish with Meg's ColorX using black finishing pad, and hand apply and remove Meg's Tech Wax 2.0. SO, I figured after I was fresh and rested this morning I'd go ahead and top off the Tech Wax with 476. I dampened my foam applicator pad and as THINLY as I could applied the 476 to the hood of the car. Now remember, it is kinda hard to see thinly applied wax to a silver car, but I stretched it as thin as I could looking at all angles to make sure I did apply the wax and wasn't wasting my time. As soon as I finished with the hood, I turned right around and started to remove it by hand with a MF towel. 30 minutes later, I'm soaked with sweat, both shoulders burnings, hands cramping and I'm [censored]. Removing that stuff is like removing the clear coat by hand. I did the best I could at thinly applying it. I don't know what else to do. Its UNBELIEVABLY hard to remove and I'm about to throw the towel in on this stuff. The only other thing I could do is try to buff it out using my PC 7424 and a MF bonnet. Whats aggravating is all the dust when removing it by machine and the bonnets get so caked up with it. I personally like to hand apply and remove my waxes since they are my last step. If using a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the hardest to remove, I rate 476 a 10 and Tech Wax a 2. Do you users of 476 remove it by hand or machine?