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Creates a smooth, glossy shine in preparation for a coat of sealant.
Polishes are designed to correct paint imperfections by rounding the edges of blemishes so light does not catch on them, thereby making the blemish seem to disappear. Tiny abrasives allow the polish to do this by removing a minimal amount of damaged paint or clear coat. Depending upon the cut of the pad used, the surface of the vehicle may be slightly rough or hazy after polishing. To restore the shine and texture of your paint after polishing or any time, use Wolfgang Finishing Glaze.
Wolfgang Finishing Glaze is a fine grade polish full of lubricating oils and mild diminishing abrasives. It smoothes and brightens the paint while eliminating any roughness that may have resulted from swirl removal. The oils “wet” the paint to achieve a deep, liquid gloss that exceeds the results of wax alone. Use Finishing Glaze prior to the application of a wax or sealant for a stunning, high gloss shine.
The mild diminishing abrasives contained in Wolfgang Finishing Glaze are too small to be seen with the naked eye. They gently refine the paint surface and gradually vanish under the friction of the pad. The abrasives do not harm the clear coat or contribute to swirls. Instead, they polish the paint surface on a minute level in order to create an overall brilliant shine. Often regarded as an optional step, glaze is essential if you want the deep gloss that is seen on show cars and collectibles.
Use Wolfgang Finishing Glaze after an application of Wolfgang Total Swirl Remover to amplify the shine and polish the paint to silky smoothness. Once you apply Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant, your vehicle will have a slick, wet-looking gloss with no imperfections.
If the liquid shimmer you’re after continues to allude you, use Wolfgang Finishing Glaze to refine your paint and infuse it with oils for a vibrant, show car shine.
- Wolfgang Finishing Glaze is designed for application with a dual action or circular polisher. If using a dual action polisher, set the maximum speed between 4500 and 5000 OPM. If using a circular polisher, do not exceed 1500 RPM. Use a gray finishing pad.
- Apply three lines of polish to the pad or directly onto the paint. Spread it over about a 2 square foot section with the polisher turned off to avoid splatter.
- Turn the polisher on and work the glaze into the paint until the glaze is nearly dry.
- Buff off the glaze with a microfiber towel. Work in this manner until you’ve glazed the entire vehicle.
- Always follow up with Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant to lock in the shine.
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