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    Show Car Glaze over NXT

    As I was finishing detailing my truck last Saturday I remembered a thread I read from Mike on adding NO. 7 Show Car Glaze over the wax to bring out that wet look for a car show and that it would only last for the weekend. So, I added a very light coat to my hood and buffed it out with a micorfiber towel. Mike, you were right. It had that wet look for the entire weekend. It was getting close to dark so I did not get a picture. I will do it again and take pictures this time.
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    I've been using Show Car Glaze for years, and I love it. I have not tried the NXT yet, but would love to compare.
    Dan L
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