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    Either/Or, or both?

    When using Wolf sealant...
    Would you use either their prewax polish enhancer or the finshing glaze? It use one or the other, correct? And I can assume on a freshly polished car, the obvious choice would be to use the glze for a wetter look, correct?
    Can't use both? If so, polish, glaze, sealer, right?
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    Finishing Glaze..........

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    finishing glaze is more like a finishing polish, it is lightly abrasive also. No need to use the paint cleaner when using it IMO unless the car is very dirty and oxidized.


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    Quote Originally Posted by killrwheels@autogeek
    finishing glaze is more like a finishing polish, it is lightly abrasive also. No need to use the paint cleaner when using it IMO unless the car is very dirty and oxidized.

    So megs #7 would be a pure glaze???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILL
    So megs #7 would be a pure glaze???
    Yes, #7 is a pure glaze with oils and fillers and should be used with a wax topper and not a sealant. In my understanding the WG finishing glaze is a mildly abrasive polish more like PB 1.0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaNative
    Yes, #7 is a pure glaze with oils and fillers and should be used with a wax topper and not a sealant. In my understanding the WG finishing glaze is a mildly abrasive polish more like PB 1.0.

    got it. ......According to an earlier thread, It was said that pure glaze could be topped over a cured sealer, then waxed.........
    I found that VERY INTERESTING

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    Well sure it could but the reverse would not be true. You can always top a sealant with a pure wax, or a pure glaze with no cleaners or abrasives could be used as a topper too and then followed with a wax. You just could not top a glaze or wax with a sealant because the sealants need the clean surface to bond to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaNative
    Well sure it could but the reverse would not be true. You can always top a sealant with a pure wax so a pure glaze with no cleaners or abrasives could be used as a topper too and then followed with a wax. You just could not top a glaze or wax with a sealant because the sealants need the clean surface to bond to.

    Thanks for clearing that up for me

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