I think a more fair comparison would be to Wolfgang Deep Gloss Spritz Sealant, since both are spray sealants.
I would say the biggest difference is that Liquid Seal is a WOWA. Also based of Liquid Seal's product page, it appears it may have more UV protection?
Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy
That's an interesting argument...I could argue that since a WOWA is so much easier to apply than a traditional sealant, that even if it only lasts half as long as WGDGPS I'd be inclined to apply the WOWA twice as often.
But what about the "do it right the first time" logic? If I apply WGDGPS once and say get 6 months out of it, then I wouldn't want to have to apply Liquid Seal again in say 3 months, especially during the winter. This is considering that prior to applying Liquid Seal again I would potentially again need to clay and strip the paint before hand, to give it the best chance of longevity.
That wasn't meant to come out argumentative/harsh, but rather one of those what if scenarios. But indeed an interesting argument to pose.