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    Default Water beading & sheeting videos after glaze coat

    Following on from THIS thread, following a clay, polish and sealer, last Saturday i applied the final Glaze Coat using Megs #16 Glaze.

    Finally got around to washing it today since Brands Hatch last Sunday as been away with work all week, and so impressed with the results, i thought i'd post them up.

    As always, comments are always welcome.









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    Looks like it is working very well. They look nice when the water beads and runs off.

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    looks very good mate i use nattys blue wax and that is very similar when it rains

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    Mind you I still think Colinite 915/476 takes some beating. I use it over the winter as it lasts a long time, and use Victoria Concours Wax in the summer months. But it is much each to his own.

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    nice mate i like #16's,its one of those products that really looks well on most paint finishes

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    Looks awesome m8,watched the vid of the exhaust rumble too,nice.....

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    that's really impressed me

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    Very nice mate. You know #16 is a wax and not a glaze though. Megs glaze is #7, they just call it mirror glaze as in a range name. Top work though mate, #16 is my weapon of choice also.

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    liking the beading there mate, as said colly 915 has the same effect.....but now i feel as though i need some Megs glaze #7 also.....more money to spend, she is going to kill me
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    Cheers for the comments guys. Appreciated as always.


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