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Old 13-09-2017, 02:52 PM   #11
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+1 for Glare.

Sadly, AFAIK, this is no longer being imported.

BH cleanser polish + DSW looks a good alternative way to go.

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Old 13-09-2017, 03:05 PM   #12
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You can still get Glare from here for now but I understand this is the last remaining stock in the UK being sold off to clear. If you can get some I can definitely recommend it, but as the owner of a black daily-driven car with less than perfect paint, the Cleanser Polish + durable sealant or paste wax combo is the next best thing I have found.

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Old 13-09-2017, 06:29 PM   #13
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I've not yet used these semi permanent filling LSP's but I'm always a little underwhelmed with the filling abilities of these so called waxes that fill. Even some glazes really lack the ability to fill.


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Old 13-09-2017, 06:47 PM   #14
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I've not yet used these semi permanent filling LSP's but I'm always a little underwhelmed with the filling abilities of these so called waxes that fill. Even some glazes really lack the ability to fill.


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For the price (£35 delivered on eBay) a set of the Glare polishes is well worth a play
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Old 13-09-2017, 07:11 PM   #15
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I like the look of the new Britemax stuff too!

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There's also the new Autoglanz Supernova but I haven't come across any reviews yet

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Ahmed, Soft99 Scratch Clear Wax is a hard paste that contains abrasives, fillers and wax. It's a one-step, one-size-fits-all product, so the result (balance of polishing/filling, and so correction/concealing, and so 'durability') depends on the hardness of your paint, how hard you polish, how deep the scratches are, &c.

The water-based version of this (compatible with ceramic coatings) is called Hydro Gloss 'Scratch Remover'

BTW we also have:

Color Evolution, a liquid that contains NO abrasives, with coloured fillers, and wax. Also one-step. Really works nicely to restore faded paint. So, very popular with red car owners! Not made for durability though.
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Kizz Clear, confusingly this is Japanese for 'Scratch Clear', a liquid 'true' filler, and not what I'd consider a real LSP (sorry), but worth mentioning for disambiguation, and because it has 3 months claimed durability without an LSP on top. Still, the recommended process is apply, wait 12 hours, then top with an LSP.
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