|Question is, whould glaze make a difference in a white boat that makes it worth the effort? |
If yes then can you glaze anytimebefore after wax..
glaze, wax, wax or even
wax wax glaze wax wax
|huh ??? speak english.. lol|
|if your going to glaze then do it before the wax because it will wash right off if as soon as it gets wet|
|I was wondering about after 2 coats of wax, throw some glaze on (2 coats) then 2 more coats of wax? |
(I already waxed her)
|i don't know that the glaze would even help by then because all it does is fill in really fine scratches, like from drying it or whatever|
|I was told by a paint shop that it is better to use a paint sealant, which is similar to a wax but harder and last for up to 6 months. Wax will actually evaporate and melt when the sun beats down on the painted or gel coated surface. Anyone else heard this?|
|Josh is correct. Glaze will wash off. It is used for filling very fine scratches and swirl marks prior to wax/sealant. Depends who you ask about sealant. I prefer carnuba wax because it allows the surface/finish to "breath" where a sealant does not. Drawback to carnuba is it won't stay on as long as sealant. You have to apply it more often. I don't want to trap anything in my substrate so I prefer to stay away from a sealant/teflon type of product myself.|
|Glaze is a polish. If you really want to do it right and you feel like getting an arm workout, then try a surface/paint cleaner, glaze, then two solid coats of wax. |
The surface will look the best after glaze alone, but wont have any protection.
Like Jay said, I like Carnuba wax. Do it twice a summer and wipe down with a mixture of purified water, a cap of car wash with wax, and a cap of vinegar and the boat will look great forever.
|Evan can you give more detailed instructions? |
I ask because I have already done 2 coats of wax and didn't want to take it off just to apply the glaze and not really see that much of a difference.