Hi guys - I just wanted to share how happy I am with #7 Show Car Glaze on my wife's Classic SAAB 900. I bought a bottle of this a short while ago and I have tried it out on top of wax to really boost the shine. I was impressed! I have also tried it out on a couple of other combinations that elude me at present, but tonight, I put my mind to it and used it properly.
I washed the car down, used Car-Lack68 NSC to cleanse the paint and then put a layer of #7 down. Car-Lack68 NSC is my preferred paint cleanser - do Meguiars make a professional line paint cleaner? I know I could use DC1, but that is an unknown product to me and NSC is tried and tested as good on my paint. Advice, please guys ...
Okay, so our Classic 900 is old-school single stage black paint ... on with a layer of #7. I have read a lot about this product and about the technique of application. I finally "got it" tonight! It does "skin" and you do need to break it up when buffing off. I found it really easy, done at the end of a warm day in shade in a cool evening. I also felt a kind of creakiness to the surface when removing with quartered microfibre. Nice!
Topped with #26 and then #16 just because I can (I'm in the UK ... Ner! Ner! ) ... LOVE IT!!! This is the first time I have put #7 where it should be and it is truly stunning .... take time to understand it and you too will love it!
Question ... is #81 along the same lines, or can I #81 and then #7? What benefit is there, or is there no point? I like to polish by hand, BTW and my paint is so good, I just want to polish it up with a pure polish and seal/wax it in for the show season over the summer.
Again, advice, please ... #9? #81 and/or #7? What to do?
I am sorry there's no pictures, but I had tea to cook and my camera simply does not capture how wowwed I am about #7. Okay ... here's the car in question with #7 sitting on top of wax just to give it "Show Glow"