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Old 14-03-2018, 03:38 PM   #1
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What wax/sealant on top of Wet Glaze 2.0

I have a bottle of WG 2.0 lying around and would like to use on my daily driver now.
Does anybody of experience what will bound on top? Looking for a good durability up to 12 months and doesn't change the look.
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I don't think there's any product that will offer anything like 12 months durability if applied over a glaze.

Something like Bilt Hamber Finis wax (which is a high carnauba content hybrid wax) would be my suggestion. Best case (two coats, straight onto bare, panel wiped paint) you might see six months, but on a glaze maybe 3-4?

If you can apply straight onto the paint, Fusso Coat and Wowos Crystal Sealant both have a shot of getting towards that 12 month mark.
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Old 17-03-2018, 10:07 PM   #3
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If you want "durability" and the wet look- enjoy your glaze on top of your chosen
Lsp. But you will have to renew your glaze regularly
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Not many products last 12 months especially sitting on top of a glaze, leave wet glaze 2.0 for the better weather in the summer it's scarce enjoy it then.
I'd be inclined to us Britemax extream elements 2.0 and should you wish not that I would apply something over that other than a qd.
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I'm planning on using Bilt Hamber DSW on top of my Wet Glaze 2.0 at least until I can get round to a machine polish on a red SLK.

I haven't been on here much until recently, but last time WG 2.0 was all the rage, but I see you can't buy it anymore now. It used to look great on my metallic blue BMW Z3 with BH Finis Wax on top, so I was planing on using it on my black RS2000 whenever I get it back on the road...I guess by then I'll have to find a substitute...Wet Glaze 3.0 anyone?
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I'm planning on using Bilt Hamber DSW on top of my Wet Glaze 2.0 at least until I can get round to a machine polish on a red SLK.

I haven't been on here much until recently, but last time WG 2.0 was all the rage, but I see you can't buy it anymore now. It used to look great on my metallic blue BMW Z3 with BH Finis Wax on top, so I was planing on using it on my black RS2000 whenever I get it back on the road...I guess by then I'll have to find a substitute...Wet Glaze 3.0 anyone?
There isn't a Wet Glaze 3.0 the company if I remember correctly was stopped making it and was willing to sell the formula no buyers I guess.
So My stash will be only used on special occasions otherwise theses plenty of other glazes like blackmax, blackhole, amigo and ez glaze.
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