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Race Glaze More and more people are turning to Race Glaze, a growing British company, with excellent products continually purchased by existing long standing customers, people referred by them, and others we meet at shows, demonstrations and who trust us because of our reputation in our other automotive businesses. We've been doing this since 1994, so we know our stuff! Our new Signature Series waxes 42 and 55, launched in Spring 2008, followed by Black Label in July 2010 now provide solid ultra-high Carnauba finishing waxes to rival the performance of established premium names such as Swissvax (Swissol) and Zymol at significantly lower prices. We're very confident that they outperform new carnauba wax products from Autoglym, Dodo Juice, Meguiars and Smartwax for instance. Black Label takes this to a new level. Our waxes have received rave reviews from users including some of the most respected professional detailers working in the UK and worldwide.

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Old 12-07-2018, 09:19 AM   #1
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I finally gave in to peer pressure (well, all the great reviews!), and ordered my 7L DI vessel plus some very nice looking detailing brushes.

I shall be sitting by the front door tomorrow like a kid waiting for father Christmas!

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I have had mine a couple of years now, really glad I got one.
I finally bought a TDS meter and would encourage you to get one, as it gives you piece of mind that the resin is still working well.
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7l is quite small. I presume you don’t have very hard water?


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7l is quite small. I presume you don’t have very hard water?


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Nope - in South Wales water is considered soft to medium (according the water board)... or am I wrong?
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I have had mine a couple of years now, really glad I got one.
I finally bought a TDS meter and would encourage you to get one, as it gives you piece of mind that the resin is still working well.
Thanks for the tip - just ordered one

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