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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    One thing I noticed is that in a side by side comparison with TiO2, Gliss had the same amount of dust build up. So not sure about the anti static properties that it is supposed to have. This may be a fluke given that we are having santa ana winds blowing dust around and all the junk in the air with the fires still going on.
    Do you find UK to waterspot and attract dust more than Tio2?

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    Their version of Polish Angels "High Gloss"?
    I'm thinking more like TAC Moonlight Ron...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronin47 View Post
    Do you find UK to waterspot and attract dust more than Tio2?
    I just recently used both but topped UK with TiO2 so I can’t really say. It also doesn’t rain much here in Southern California.

    Dusting is the thing we deal with here the most. Dusting is about the same with most products I use or have used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerRivFan View Post
    I'm thinking more like TAC Moonlight Ron...
    I was kinda under the impression it was their version of Gyeon Booster...both kinda fluorine top coats

    Utilizing modified long chain carbon fluorine polymers and enhanced nano-technology, GLISS is an evolution in top-coat technology and the tactile feel one can achieve on a painted surface!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    I just recently used both but topped UK with TiO2 so I can’t really say. It also doesn’t rain much here in Southern California.

    Dusting is the thing we deal with here the most. Dusting is about the same with most products I use or have used.
    I find UK on its own to look better than tio2 and is more scratch resistant but can waterspot and attract dust.

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