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    Super Member sportscarhiatus's Avatar
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    EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

    I just got done buffing my Pearl White Z, did orange LC pad with Menz SIP, then followed it up with Menz PO85RD with a gray pad. Results were stunning.

    Before I use a sealant with a nuba as LSP, I wanted to use a glaze. In your opinion, which would work better of the 2? EZ Creme or White Diamond? Just want to see if you guys had any thoughts on compatibility issues, or overall look. I plan to use either Jetseal 109 or WGDGPS or the like for the sealant, then for nuba, perhaps Supernatural or Liquid Souveran.

    thoughts appreciated.
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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

    I only have EZ Creme but I love how it works. It really makes the paint sparkle.

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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

    I've been using EZ Creme Glaze for the past year and have been very happy.

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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

    Why would you really need a glaze on a properly polished car? Is it necessary or overkill? I'm thinking it really won't have anything to fill in so it will basically just be wiped off.

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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???



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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

    I highly recommend the PB White Diamond glaze. I have a Alpine White BMW 335i, so I'm very aware of the difficulties in getting white to "pop". Even though it's not considered "necessary", I always use White Diamond, followed by Jetseal 109 and then topped up with Supernatural. The look is fantastic, and with the Jetseal, it lasts at least a few months.

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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

    Quote Originally Posted by Munich77 View Post
    I only have EZ Creme but I love how it works. It really makes the paint sparkle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddie View Post
    I've been using EZ Creme Glaze for the past year and have been very happy.
    Thanks for recommendations, guys. I've read a lot of good things about EZ. What exactly do you guys like about it? Does it fill in those extra-deep scratches you couldn't get out? or did it just make the flake pop? I can't wait to try it out. Hopefully sometime this week. It's almost time to take her out of hibernation, so hence why I am giving her first detail.

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    Why would you really need a glaze on a properly polished car? Is it necessary or overkill? I'm thinking it really won't have anything to fill in so it will basically just be wiped off.
    For me, using a glaze after polishing does 2 things.

    1) It fills in or covers up those extra deep RIDS that I did not remove. It's not that I didn't know how to remove it, but I don't want to remove too much paint to get all 100% of all swirls/scratches/RIDS. I'm happy with 95% or so removal. For that 5%, that's where glaze comes in.

    2) It adds that extra pop for flakes that really makes it sparkle, or for flat colors like blacks for example, it gives it that extra depth and wetness.

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    Sorry man, it's still taped up and not yet done! Besides, no sun here yet, still gloomy clouds and spring rain. I still have 3 steps to do on her, glaze, seal, and nuba. Hopefully end of this week I'll be done!

    Quote Originally Posted by watermark View Post
    I highly recommend the PB White Diamond glaze. I have a Alpine White BMW 335i, so I'm very aware of the difficulties in getting white to "pop". Even though it's not considered "necessary", I always use White Diamond, followed by Jetseal 109 and then topped up with Supernatural. The look is fantastic, and with the Jetseal, it lasts at least a few months.
    Thanks for the advice. I am still debating between EZ and PB. Of course, I had to buy them both. I am sure I will use both at some point this spring, but still, just so excited to try either. After Jetseal, I am thinking about using either Supernatural or Sig Series II... I heard both are fantastic on white too.
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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

    Quote Originally Posted by Streetlife View Post
    CG EZ Creme Glaze.
    BTW, that's a nice yellow Z you got there. I recognize that door handle Is that yours? if so, she's gorgeous!
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    Re: EZ Creme Glaze or PB White Diamond Glaze???

    One last question. It seems the ez creme glaze is made for all cars and has an acrylic in it to promote gloss, does it affect sealant or carnauba bonding and curing?

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