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Old April 13th, 2018, 08:27 PM   #1
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3M Hand Glaze

for as long as i've been buying wax, detailer, polisher products, i never heard of this until recently and hopefully this can help someone else in future:

if used Correctly, it has done wonders for Carbon Fiber rear trunk on bro-in-laws ride that has the faded clear coat, brought it back to new where every other product failed and i thought re-clear coating was the only option

WARNING: this is NOT a Wax, Detailer, Polisher and if you let it dry like your suppose to with Wax, it can seriously mess up you clear coat/paint and/or become a PITA to remove

Amazon reviews was a big help:

https://www.amazon.com/3M-39007-Impe...r&pageNumber=1


recently used them on my new Wheels that have paint plus clear coat and it turned out great. basically just used wax on, wax off technique than power buffing tools


it should also work wonders on darker color cars and restore Carbon Fiber fade to like new shine


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Old April 20th, 2018, 06:30 PM   #2
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It's a very light polish, does have some filling capacity. Would highly suggest using a wax or sealant after since it has no protective properties of its own.
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It's a very light polish, does have some filling capacity. Would highly suggest using a wax or sealant after since it has no protective properties of its own.
i was recommended 3Mís Perfect-It Show Car Paste Wax on DA by RTexasF and will be picking it up
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Old April 21st, 2018, 10:52 AM   #4
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Thats really, really old technology now. The newer sealants are so much better. Pretty much all I use in my business now is Optimum Hyper Seal (you have to get it directly from Optimum) or paint coatings. I don't think I've used a wax in 4-5 years now. But if you want one that really lasts, Collinite 476S is the one to get. Old school, really long lasting paste wax. Still keep a tin on hand in case someone insists on me using wax on their car.
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Thats really, really old technology now. The newer sealants are so much better. Pretty much all I use in my business now is Optimum Hyper Seal (you have to get it directly from Optimum) or paint coatings. I don't think I've used a wax in 4-5 years now. But if you want one that really lasts, Collinite 476S is the one to get. Old school, really long lasting paste wax. Still keep a tin on hand in case someone insists on me using wax on their car.
ok thanks...i will try out the Collinite 476S after i use up the tin of 3M Paste Wax stuff
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