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Old 24-02-2014, 08:12 PM   #11
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I have tried many glazes with Victoria Concours , by hand Lime Prime Lite , SN Micro Prime and Vicotira Deep Cleanse my favourite , most of cleaners and glazes works very well with Vicotria Concours but I find Victoria Deep Cleanse gives better bonding to Concours .
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Old 24-02-2014, 08:54 PM   #12
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What about meguiars no7 glaze. I hear on solids and black in particular it rivals rmg under wax athough apparently can be finicky to remove.
maxi is also right about bonding/durability by sticking with vics glaze
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Suspal, so cards on the table would you wait maybe a month for either red moose or amigo or would you choose ez glaze over them?
I wouldn't dismiss it,it's an acrylic based glaze so the wax will sit on it happily,victoria wax deep cleanse goes hand in hand with vic's wax's
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Old 25-02-2014, 10:37 AM   #14
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What about meguiars no7 glaze. I hear on solids and black in particular it rivals rmg under wax athough apparently can be finicky to remove.
maxi is also right about bonding/durability by sticking with vics glaze
The Meguiars No 7 works wonders on older single stage paint. It does require some elbow grease to work it into the paint and removal is not as super easy as modern products but it really can do great things. Not tried it on modern paints so cannot really comment on good it would be.
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Thanks for all your opinions guys, much appreciated but I think I need RMG in my life, either gotta be patient for it to come in stock or try find it somewhere else.
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