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"LIQUID GLASS"....Yes or No ! !

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    "LIQUID GLASS"....Yes or No ! !

    I have had good experience with this product,but not seen it mentioned here.I wonder if there have been any negative or positive reasons that the folks here have heard,or do I JUST GET MY "Glass" out and go crazy.
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    tell me more about it...
    Ive heard u accually have to let it bake on the car is that true?

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    huh?

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    like sun bake.....not in an oven or shit like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankthetank View Post
    like sun bake.....not in an oven or shit like that
    lol. i kinda assumed that, but i still dont know what this stuff is. sorry for kind of thread hijacking, im just curious as to what it is and what it does.

    free bumps for u lol

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    I've seen the stuff for sale in a bunch of places.

    It comes in a metal container, I think its basically just a glossy polish. So it makes the car look very shiny. But being that its a liquid, I can't imagine it provides the protection, longevity, or sealing properties of a good wax like Zaino.

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    Liquid Glass has been around for a long time, and still very popular to this date. Nothing wrong with it, most of the reviews from users have always been positive, and they swear by it. I haven't had a chance to try it yet. I've got som much stuff now, I need to start using those up before I think about buying more waxes

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    so is it literally like a coat of glass that bakes onto ur car to make it shiny? would it ever crack or is it just like a wax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATCharming View Post
    so is it literally like a coat of glass that bakes onto ur car to make it shiny? would it ever crack or is it just like a wax.
    Liquid Glass has its own line of products. Apply like you would any other polish

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    I have had an '05 Blazer ,'99 Miata and a 99 Montana that I treated with Liquid Glass when I bought them new ,and I've not needed to wax them since.The finish is not a show car finish ,but "deepens" the finish when applied .An application is best done over a few warm days and is said to have best results when able to be "baked" in the sun,but I have just put multiple coats on in my garage over a few days and gone with that ,with good luck so far.
    I started the thread to see if anyone had a better way seeing that I am considering using "Glass" on my newly acquired '99 SS.
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    Liquid Glass is a good product...
    I apply several coats and then apply a wax over it...
    LG works by creating a 'plastic coating', (cross linked poly whatevers), you need to have a relatively blemish free surface prior to applying it because it doesn't hide any imperfections, (it's not a glaze, in that it contains no fillers).
    I think it's an effective low maintenance approach to keeping your car/truck looking nice. There are other products out there that do the same thing, however I've not tried them. That's due to the results I've gotten from LG.
    I believe it's not 'lauded' by many folks because it's 'old school' and not fashonable.

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    good but not great product. I figure if you are going to put in the effort do it with a better product that lasts longer

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    The guy who owned my car before me claimed he put 12 coats of liquid glass on my car, It always shines even when it is dirty, I got o the liquid glass site and it said to strip it off before you put any other wax on it so i have never waxed my car and people always coment on how shiny it is.

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    Its a good product and you can buy it in a paste form...the only issue with it is you cant layer the coats of wax. It looks good for a short period of time esp on black.
    You should try Meguires NXT wax.....its a bitch to remove the first time you use it but gets easier to remove after a few coats.

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