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    Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    I think your products have separated.
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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by AeroCleanse View Post
    I think your products have separated.
    Back then that was normal and one of the features of putting the products into clear glass bottles was so the user could see the product needed to be shaken before use.

    Bubba-Proofing in its simplest form.


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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Phillips View Post
    Bubba-Proofing in its simplest form.


    There is no Bubba-Proof only Bubba-Resistant.

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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    Was the Buick cleaner amnd Buick glaze made by Meguiars?

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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    Great stuff. Makes sense about Bubba Proofing.
    quality creates its own demand

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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    Hehe... I like the description of wiping the product off with turkish toweling? A early version of the Micro Fiber?

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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by ai5u View Post
    Hehe... I like the description of wiping the product off with turkish toweling? A early version of the Micro Fiber?
    No.

    M04 came out in the early 1920's, or 1930's or 1940's, hard to say as no that would know is with us any longer.

    Point is, M04 came out way before microfiber was invented. Turkish toweling usually refers to a high quality 100% cotton towel with a large nap or cotton loop.

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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    Have you ever tried to use some of these old products Mike ?
    I would be tempted to do so ,just out of curiosity !

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    Re: Vintage Buick Glaze - Paint Cleaner and Polish

    I found an old can of Classic Wax Finish Restorer in my Mom's garage. It supposedly works on all kinds of plastic. I think it is probably about 40-45 years old. Check out the price. Also, it says it repels radioactive fallout. Haven't seen that kind of claim in years. Here are a couple pictures.........





    While not as old as the Buick Glaze, it is kind of interesting. I do think I will try to use it on headlight haze. It might work, you never know.

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