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Old 03-25-2013, 11:42 AM   #1
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Liquid glass polish

Has anyone used this before yesterday I put this on my mustang and it looks better than when I picked it up from the dealer water slides right off I only put 1 coat on yesterday and I'm gonna put one today and 1 Tom it can also protect from uv radiation on paint and rock chips this stuff is good. From what I have seen so far. Does anyone have experience using this?
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Not heard of the product as I only use Meg's or Croftgate products....who makes this product? Do you know if it hazes or yellows after being in the elements?
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It's what I use too! Works SO well! Hard to find now a days
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Old 03-27-2013, 08:31 AM   #4
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Not heard of the product as I only use Meg's or Croftgate products....who makes this product? Do you know if it hazes or yellows after being in the elements?
The bottle doesn't say the brand but when I get home I will post a pic of it no wax in it it makes the car look brand new you just have to take off the wax on your car before you put this on.

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It's what I use too! Works SO well! Hard to find now a days
I got it at advanced auto parts they had plenty in stock it's quite pricey though $27
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Old 03-30-2013, 05:31 PM   #5
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I used it a few yr ago nice stuff i really liked it. I put a coat on then another one a week later held up really good throughout the summer..It was like 21.00 at auto zone but that was a few ago.
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Old 04-01-2013, 08:34 AM   #6
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Liquid glass is great stuff. I clay bar the car, run a mothers glaze and the. Liquid glass and the black shines to a brilliant finish.
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Old 04-01-2013, 04:18 PM   #7
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Liquid glass is great stuff. I clay bar the car, run a mothers glaze and the. Liquid glass and the black shines to a brilliant finish.
I have heard of glaze what is that and how does it work?
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A glaze will remove swirl marks, light scratches, and any dirt in the paint pores that the clay bar didn't get. You use a glaze with a high speed buffing wheel so you need to be careful because you can burn the paint off the car.
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A glaze will remove swirl marks, light scratches, and any dirt in the paint pores that the clay bar didn't get. You use a glaze with a high speed buffing wheel so you need to be careful because you can burn the paint off the car.
IMO...using a glaze simply fills micro marring and does not remove them. A glaze should only be used after clay and buffing to remove swirls or micro marring is complete. My routine is detail full car with Meg's 205 and a DA buffer...then wash, then glaze with two coats and allow for proper curing. Then a polish followed by wax of your choice for protection.

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I have heard of glaze what is that and how does it work?
Many different type of glazes out there....one of my favorites is Chemical Guys Jetseal 109. A true glaze requires curing and acts like a topping to your clear coat. Glaze can and should ONLY be used directly to the painted surface and never atop any waxes or polish otherwise you are wasting your time and cost of the products .
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IMO...using a glaze simply fills micro marring and does not remove them. A glaze should only be used after clay and buffing to remove swirls or micro marring is complete. My routine is detail full car with Meg's 205 and a DA buffer...then wash, then glaze with two coats and allow for proper curing. Then a polish followed by wax of your choice for protection.

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Many different type of glazes out there....one of my favorites is Chemical Guys Jetseal 109. A true glaze requires curing and acts like a topping to your clear coat. Glaze can and should ONLY be used directly to the painted surface and never atop any waxes or polish otherwise you are wasting your time and cost of the products .
I've seen chemical guys products aren't they like 50 a bottle
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I've seen chemical guys products aren't they like 50 a bottle
Yes...I found my last order on Amazon for 39. Honestly...I only glaze once a year and on my second season and still half bottle left. Repairs are costly, but maintenance is what everyone including you appreciates.
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Old 04-11-2013, 05:38 PM   #12
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Yes...I found my last order on Amazon for 39. Honestly...I only glaze once a year and on my second season and still half bottle left. Repairs are costly, but maintenance is what everyone including you appreciates.
That's true
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Zaino, when you use it you'll use nothing else.
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i'v been wanting to order liquid glass for a while now..guess since it's time to shine up the car i will
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Zaino, when you use it you'll use nothing else.
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