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Old 06-13-2013, 01:51 PM   #32
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I tend to agree with Todd on this situation. My understanding is that a glaze is kinda like that final polish/cleaner that helps with remove the small micro elements that are left on the paint. It also helps fill some of those micro abrasions. With this it gives the clear coat that pure clear finish. Sorta like making the clear coat look like a perfect piece of glass over the paint, and makes it so that light won't reflect. So then when the sealant goes over the glaze it is helping to lock in the glaze. Now that is not saying that a glaze isn't doing the same thing when putting on a sealant but then what is protecting the glaze. You might as well skip the glaze and use a spray carnuba or a hybrid sealant like CG V7.
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