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I have used the Brilliant Glaze on my inside windows with good results. Can it be used on the outside windows/windshield ?

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I just read that it's a bad idea to put brilliant glaze over your liquid paint sealant because it can compromise and wear down/wipe off your paint sealant.  Is this true?

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Nope. Not true. They say that if you’re going to apply it, apply it over sealant and below wax (you can put it over wax too, but the wax helps preserve the look a bit longer)

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I just read that it's a bad idea to put brilliant glaze over your liquid paint sealant because it can compromise and wear down/wipe off your paint sealant.  Is this true?

Nope. Not true. They say that if you’re going to apply it, apply it over sealant and below wax (you can put it over wax too, but the wax helps preserve the look a bit longer)

Agreed, not true. Curious...where did you read that?

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Agreed, not true. Curious...where did you read that?

 

Some "expert detailer" in the YouTube comments of an Adam's video on Waxes.  Thanks for the info. 

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I have used the Brilliant Glaze on my inside windows with good results. Can it be used on the outside windows/windshield ?

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I use BG on anything shiny! 

 

It's also great on window trim to get it nice and even looking

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just out of curiosity, once the glaze or wax depletes over sealant, are you guys stripping down and re-applying sealant? and how are you determining when it needs to be stripped? water beading?

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just out of curiosity, once the glaze or wax depletes over sealant, are you guys stripping down and re-applying sealant? and how are you determining when it needs to be stripped? water beading?

Nope. Waxes and especially glazes will deplete faster than the sealant. While mileage will vary some, PS will last ~6 months, with the new fomula advertised to last "at least" 6 months. If you plan to apply sealant about twice a year (I do it early summer and again just before winter), that should keep you on track. Read this for a little more background: http://www.adamsforums.com/topic/27631-faq-should-i-use-wax-or-sealant-on-my-car/.

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Yup yup i concur.

 

And i do, buttery, detail spray and guard and gloss in between what^ Chris ^ said.

 

I also have Americana now, which is amazing and will be adding that in, in between my full strip and sealants.

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