LG was very hard to find for years. Used car dealers use it as their secret to simulating a factory clearcoat on a used car. I used to only be able to order it or get it from a local Chevy dealer.
Our local Autozone now carries it. While expensive, you really don't use much. It'* very thinly applied naturally, and buffs off FAR easier than anything out there. Best results are seen after a day baking in the sun. 2 or 3 coats of this stuff makes the car look like you spread a light coat of oil on it. VERY glossy finish, and very durable. This is the stuff that protected my hood from my hood protector for 2 years. Nary a scratch or rub mark.
Here'* my long-term wax test on the Civic test car using Liquid Glass on one side and Mequiar'* Gold Class on the other. WCBF attendees saw the car after 6 months of the test:
Note that this was a VERY oxidized car to begin with. And I did no prep work as reccommended. You'll want to remove ALL wax from your car before switching to LG.
After 30 days, Liquid Glass on the passenger side, Mequiar'* on the driver side:
After 60 days:
Let'* not forget my Honda was BC COTM for April BEFORE LG. I would have owned all afterwards!