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Old 08-01-2005, 08:36 PM   #11
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hello Dish soap pulls wax RIGHT off. BonneMeMN sed hey will it kill the clear coat on the car if you do that or not??
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Ok..I've got the worst color in the universe and I had light streaking, very noticable with the car spending the night outside. Parked in the sun and life is good.
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Put a second coat of Liquid Glass on the car. If there is still streaking try washing the car to get rid of the streaking.

Also I would be interested to hear your thoughts on how well Liquid Glass holds up after six weeks of regular driving and washings.
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hello Dish soap pulls wax RIGHT off. BonneMeMN sed hey will it kill the clear coat on the car if you do that or not??
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No but you'll have nothing on the clearcoat either. If you like a waxed car wax it right away.
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Put a second coat of Liquid Glass on the car. If there is still streaking try washing the car to get rid of the streaking.

Also I would be interested to hear your thoughts on how well Liquid Glass holds up after six weeks of regular driving and washings.
I can tell you that I've been using it since 1996 or so, and have seen it hold up better than anything. If you've read my long-term wax test, you can STILL see the difference on the Honda between the Gold-Class and Liquid glass. After 3 washes and alot of exposure to rain and heat. Everyone at WCBF saw the car and the difference between each side is striking.
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So far it'* been a couple weeks and the car has been tortured outside versus the usual cushy garage with Frank being under construction.

It'* holding up better than the gold class I used to use.
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This is just my personal opinion, but my gold class is still holding up well at 2 months, with regular washes, rain showers, and it being driven everyday. It still shines like I just put it on. I posted pics the other day, with just a wash. I only apply 1 coat too. Seems like a lot of trouble to apply multiple coats.
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This is just my personal opinion, but my gold class is still holding up well at 2 months, with regular washes, rain showers, and it being driven everyday. It still shines like I just put it on. I posted pics the other day, with just a wash. I only apply 1 coat too. Seems like a lot of trouble to apply multiple coats.
Maybe you didn't read my original post in this topic. The shitty half of my car IS Mequiar'* Gold Class. And it'* currently outclassed after 2 months.
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This is just my personal opinion, but my gold class is still holding up well at 2 months, with regular washes, rain showers, and it being driven everyday. It still shines like I just put it on. I posted pics the other day, with just a wash. I only apply 1 coat too. Seems like a lot of trouble to apply multiple coats.
Maybe you didn't read my original post in this topic. The crappy half of my car IS Mequiar'* Gold Class. And it'* currently outclassed after 2 months.
i did read that....Like I said, just my opinion. Maybe I used more wax than you, or its just a freak thing. who knows????
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All things are equal.

Mine has been exposed to more sever elements than yours, and the Mequiar'* gave up. Liquid Glass is still going strong. Try it in the fall. Or do a long-term test like I did. All the WCBF folks that were here saw it. It'* very obvious.
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