CG Glossworkz Glaze (applied on silver TSX)
Ordered this due to hype I've been reading about it. Also, since I love collecting products, why not. Product comes in similar standard bottles that CG uses. It was light blue in color, with a smell I'd distinctly characterize as laundry detergent???
I washed Tori, then a mild clay. Applied GWG via blue pad, speed 2 on PC. After removal, I pulled it out into the sun to inspect. Overall, I didn't notice any difference from EZ Creme
I had very few minor marring that I haven't had the chance to correct yet... the cover up it provided was very minimal at best. I'm not saying it's a BAD product, because I LOVE EZ Creme and Blacklight... but I'd say, it was similar in performance to EZ Creme, but blacklight is slicker for sure. Looks wise, hard to tell. Would I use it again? hmmm not sure. Maybe. I ended up putting a coat of blacklight afterwards, then jet seal, then 5050.
Would I recommend the product... eh.... I'd go with Blacklight. It lasts longer, slicker, and I think looks better.
applies easy/removes easy
some swirl filling abilities
why use this when you can use blacklight? or EZ creme?
durability (obviously it's a glaze)
4Star UPP (applied on Kona Blue 5.0)
Why am I reviewing such an old product? Well... I ordered this a couple years ago, when I had a black G35 and and black Altima. I loved it then, but put it aside when I got rid of both vehicles. I ended up using it on my black Odyssey...loved it so much (Again), that I decided to use it on Marilyn's Dark Kona Blue paint. Boy was I glad I did. I forgot how much I love this sealant. My plan was to top it off with Souveran or Fuzion... but it looked so good on its own, I haven't touched it yet. Maybe tomorrow.
Anyways...Marilyn was washed this morning at 6am... then spot clayed. Applied 4Star after. Let sit for 30 minutes, then removed.
It goes on as easy as any other sealant, maybe a bit runnier (make sure you shake really well). Removes easily as well. The only con I would say is it was dustier (not saying a lot, but compared to other sealants) than JetSeal, my other favorite sealant. It was really slick tho...slickest sealant I've used imo. The best part is the look. On dark paints, it just blows it out of the park. 4Star remains one of my favorite sealants.
I can't speak to durability on either since I don't let my LSP's go that long before stripping and reapplying.
easy to apply and remove
unbeatable on black and other dark colors