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Old 08-03-2005, 01:49 AM   #21
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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.
come to florida...it rains here almost everyday, and then we have 95-100 degree heat almost every day. I am thankful when it is 89 degrees. What elements has yours been through?
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We have more severe temperature swings than you (50-100+ in a 24 hour period) and it rains almost as often. To make it worse, I live on a gravel dusty road.

If you don't want to believe me, stick with the Gold Class. Your choice.
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i did get that second coat on that night.

it went on quite a bit smoother, i still had some streaking on the hood, but it was significantly less. i will see how it holds up for me and how i like it in a few weeks and let you know.

now i have two other problems

my wife now wants me to do her truck and everyone keeps commenting on how i should clean my car like that more often!
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i did get that second coat on that night.

it went on quite a bit smoother, i still had some streaking on the hood, but it was significantly less. i will see how it holds up for me and how i like it in a few weeks and let you know.

now i have two other problems

my wife now wants me to do her truck and everyone keeps commenting on how i should clean my car like that more often!

Haha.. will you do mine too?
I put on the first coat and the water beading up and running seems better over time so far than when I used Gold Class. Don't get me wrong..it'* a good wax as well. My little sisters car was gold classed in the spring and the other night when she came over to wash it (then took off in my car) I washed it and was really let down by how there was no water bead at all. It got the Glass treatment and we'll see.
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Now you guys know my secret. The West Coast guys learned some of my underhood secrets too. Watch out for the next pics of Matt'* motor, and the Bullet went home with Glass, too.
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Oh..please tell us he'* not going to paint his like a Christmas tree also
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No, he'* going to attempt my cleaning/detailing. Not painting.
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