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Old 04-30-2006, 11:43 AM   #11
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You did BOTH!?! Wow. I can barely do my whole car all at one time. lol Looking great, Bill.
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It'* easier with Liquid Glass. It goes on and off the car better and easier than anything out there, AND you can (and should) use it on the glass.
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It'* easier with Liquid Glass. It goes on and off the car better and easier than anything out there, AND you can (and should) use it on the glass.
I been thinking about using it, but didn't know how it would work. Thanks for the tip. I'll check it out.
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...light=wax+test

I've been using it for over 5 years. Since I posted the topic in this link, quite a few members here have converted.
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Well the gloss is awesome and got me sitting on the fence of conversion, do you think it'* safe for candy paints??? I have 7 coats on top off OEM. Car hasnt been waxed yet and gets its final buffing this coming week. I've been a Meguairs fan for a long time but your link to your testing has me thinking it over......
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great job but those rims could use some love and time...
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Hmm, I didn't know golds and silvers are slightly different in casting.
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I use the glass twice a year or so...the way to go, it doesnt fight u to come off.
its rare that bill actually gets time to clean his cars!
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Wheels will get more attention before WCBF. The 93 is easy. Ceramic pads make it a breeze.

Here'* a couple more. The SSEi got a second coat of Liquid Glass today.

















And the second coat on the Zilla happened AFTER washing and waxing Lilpooky'* Neon.
I'm beat.
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Looks fantastic!! What a shine that Liquid Glass gives it. I may try it. I use mequires liquid polish, but you have to have a good waxing on her beforehand or else it will take forever to wipe off as I have learned
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