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Old 04-18-2006, 03:18 PM   #21
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woot, another person who now loves clay bars
Once you use one, you'll be looking for other vehicles to do it on!
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woot, another person who now loves clay bars
Once you use one, you'll be looking for other vehicles to do it on!
I know, and looking for other places on your car to use it.

I do EVERYTHING. paint, glass, rims, the shiny trim between the doors, lights, and I've even done the liscense plate before
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woot, another person who now loves clay bars
Once you use one, you'll be looking for other vehicles to do it on!
I know, and looking for other places on your car to use it.

I do EVERYTHING. paint, glass, rims, the shiny trim between the doors, lights, and I've even done the liscense plate before
Need to be careful on some of the car badges. Chrysler badges have a plastic covering, almost like a saran wrap, that will be pulled off with a claybar. Don't ask me how I found this out.ll
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Sorry for my ignorance and I don't mean to highjack but, what is this "LG" you speak of? Is it a polish or a sealant or both?

I use Klasse All-in-one ploish\sealant and top with a coat of pure carnuba wax. Is LG better?
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Sorry for my ignorance and I don't mean to highjack but, what is this "LG" you speak of? Is it a polish or a sealant or both?

I use Klasse All-in-one ploish\sealant and top with a coat of pure carnuba wax. Is LG better?
http://www.liquidglass.com/
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Closest thing in looks, lasting, and durability you can get to a clearcoat without having to spray.
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hmmmm, may have to give this a shot. I love meguires gold class stuff though. use in on my camaro all the time. can LG beat this kind of a shine?

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the guys in the reflection are a good 15 feet away. if it can beat that I will be getting my credit card out in a second to order it.
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Maro, I did a long-term (90 day) wax test on my old Honda last year with Mequiar'* Gold Class on half and LIquid Glass on half. The topic is around here somewhere. LG OWNS Mequiar'*. Both in short term and long term. Long term by a MILE.

Here'* the topic. WCBF05 attendees last July saw this car in person, and can vouch for the results in July after 60 days or so. Pics are on page one and three. Last page is the most striking difference:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=37485

Mequiar'* looks nice for a few days. But you can't tell it from LG. After a couple weeks, the Mequiar'* starts to lose some of it'* class.
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I think you may have just sold me. that car doesn't see dirt too often , but the bonneville sees all year round duty and sits outside a lot. that would make keeping it looking good much easier. as big_news_1 and harofreak00 can attest too, I am pretty anal when it comes to my cars looking clean and shiney.
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Sorry for my ignorance and I don't mean to highjack but, what is this "LG" you speak of? Is it a polish or a sealant or both?

I use Klasse All-in-one ploish\sealant and top with a coat of pure carnuba wax. Is LG better?
AIO plus a carnuba is a hard combination to beat. Gives the car a deep warm shine. Nice choice of product.
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