If you're looking for a little "something extra" once you've finished your polishing stage? Then Micronizing Glaze is the product for you. It gives your paints finish that extra "pop and glow" that is sometimes still missing after the polishing stage. Try it out for yourself and see.
A client had scratches from a dog jumping at the car. I used a cutting pad with micron glaze and the scratches just faded away. Left a beautiful shine as well.
Would have never thought there was a product that could make this old truck look so shiny. I will be buying dinowax exclusively from now on
Like this so far doing what it do. I will be ordering more for my Detail shop
It's very good. I use it with a yellow cutting pad on my DeWalt buffer at 1400. Then followed by the Synthetic Sealant with a polishing pad.
I use this after the cleaning polish and the paint really pops. Smells really good too!
how would this work on a single stage paint Thunderbird 63 and color is Sahara Rose
Claybar will remove paint. I don’t think you want to do that. I would skip the waterless wash. Not a fan. Most guys end up swirling the paint with contaminants in their microfiber towel trying to avoid using water. If your customer has improperly used a compound then coming back with a clay bar will lead to even more paint loss. Start with a test area. You’ll want to do this in stages. If all you need is mild correction, I would start with the Cleaning Polish and a yellow buffing pad. Then switch to a black finishing pad and Micronizing Glaze. Skip Express Wax and move to Synthetic Sealant which you can apply by hand. Try a small area and work with the yellow versus black pad at low speed. Good luck.