Good morning , I purchased 403/404 glaze. What do u recommend for a sealant or another durable topper?
To answer your question about a recommended topper for our polishing glazes, I think you’ll be extremely happy with either of the two listed below.
PolySeal is truly amazing and is revolutionizing the detailing industry! PolySeal is a hybrid sealant. It is a synthetic wax infused with SiO2. The SiO2 is bonded with the synthetic wax and the wax is what sticks to your vehicle’s surface! The result is, that not only can you apply it to any surface, but you get the very best of both worlds! You get that velvety smoothness and high shine of a wax, as well as, that great hydrophobic protection of a ceramic coating! Typically, if you don’t do anything extra and your vehicle is your daily driver, PolySeal can last up to 3 months of protection (garage kept, it will last even longer).
There is no cure time for PolySeal. It does not need to be kept dry after applying.
PolySeal can be applied directly to a wet car and messaged in to help as a drying aide, or it can be applied to a dry car using a damp microfiber cloth. Let it set and then buff to a brilliant gloss using a dry microfiber cloth!
LVR 357 Magnum Wax
We JUST (as in last week) rolled out LVR 357 Magnum Wax. Magnum Wax is a breakthrough in technology that introduces a new dimension of gloss and protection. This new formula produces deep, vibrant color and a clear wet-look. LVR 357 Magnum Wax provides outstanding water beading and protection against corrosion, oxidation UV-rays and surface containments. The amino-resin reinforced acrylic formula builds incredible protection and reduces surface tension. Water beads up and sheets off the paint finish. LVR 357 Magnum Wax can protect up to a year! It’s truly a remarkable product.