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Old 21-10-2018, 06:40 PM   #1
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Srp ez creme glaze and wax?

Ive got chemical guys ezglaze....

Iv just ordered some srp, as im missing the just polish stage. Im aware both srp and af tripple are both aio but I bought autofinesse tripple to replace the srp but not sure if its as good.


Can i add few layers of srp then ez glaze before adding ultra hd wax?
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Old 21-10-2018, 11:55 PM   #2
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SRP is not a AIO it's a polish with fillers.

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Old 22-10-2018, 12:43 AM   #3
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SRP is most definitely a AIO, both SRP and ez glaze contain cleaners so would remove anything previously applied, so use ether but not both.
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Old 22-10-2018, 02:47 PM   #4
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SRP is not a AIO it's a polish with fillers.

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You couldn't be more wrong. It cleans a bit, it fills a bit, it polishes a bit, it protects a bit. An All In One if ever I saw one.
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Tripple really impressed when i used it recently. I topped it with Auto Finesse Spirit for my Winter protection so should hold up pretty well with regular top up's (yet to be decided)

EZ creme glaze is a dream to use also and does give sharp reflections which should look good on the white. very easy to use and probably fill a bit better than tripple.

I feel all three really are similar so you will be fine whatever you choose to use but as before use one or the other.
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Old 22-10-2018, 08:28 PM   #6
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Both SRP and Tripple have some cut (very little on SRP), fillers, and protection. I wouldn't use either on it's own, but they are great products to top up with wax, and for when time for machine polishing isn't available.
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See my understanding is...srp is an aio

polishes and fills and protects?

so polishes to spruce up the paint?
fills - to mask swirls
protects a tiny bit.

My understanding of ez glaze is that its more filler heavy to fill in swirls...

My thought process is to..

srp to spruce up the paint, let it shine!
ez to help mask any more swirls.
wax to protect.
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ez glaze isnt a filler heavy glaze, but as stated before does contain cleaners so will remove the srp.
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See my understanding is...srp is an aio

polishes and fills and protects?

so polishes to spruce up the paint?
fills - to mask swirls
protects a tiny bit.

My understanding of ez glaze is that its more filler heavy to fill in swirls...

My thought process is to..

srp to spruce up the paint, let it shine!
ez to help mask any more swirls.
wax to protect.
You might as well skip the glaze step. SRP with some cut (small) will do more, and then also be ready for a wax on top.
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Old 24-10-2018, 01:56 PM   #10
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Some contradicting info here against peoples views.

this is the glazes section on clean yourcar.

"Glazes are designed to bring freshly polished paint to life. Glazes are designed specifically to add gloss depth and wetness to the paint. This step isn't always regarded as necessary and one that is often skipped, however for a real award winning concours shine it is a must."


Bring freshley polished paint to life? this to me sounds like they can go over a polish which srp is ?
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