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Old 05-10-2018, 12:39 AM   #1
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TAC Systems Moonlight on glass

After looking into TAC Systems moonlight and discovering the easy application and long duration I’m considering the switch from my beloved Wolfgang DGS (about to run out) to TAC Systems Moonlight for longer, easy to apply protection for clients not opting for ceramic.

So with that I thought it could actually make for a good glass sealant after the correct prep considering it’s self-levelling ability and clean finish.

Has anyone used Moonlight on glass? What results have you had?
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Nooooo. Moonlight is terrible on glass. Too much SiO2.
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I can't vouch for Moonlight, but have been using Quartz Max from TAC on the side and rear windows for a few months now - it works pretty well. Spray on, in a fine mist, leave for about half a minute, wipe to spread then buff.
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I can't vouch for Moonlight, but have been using Quartz Max from TAC on the side and rear windows for a few months now - it works pretty well. Spray on, in a fine mist, leave for about half a minute, wipe to spread then buff.


Sounds like a dream product.
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Can recommend Gyeon cure on windows

spray on to MF and wipe on and buff off with seocnd MF
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Gyeon cure, Carpro reload and TAC systems Quartz max are all similar and work very very well on all surfaces paint wheels or glass.

For the available products dedicated for glass, moonlight would be a very expensive option. Works fantastically on paint but not tried it on glass myself.
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