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      Talking Amway Silicone Glaze Auto Polish Review!

      Hi Guyzzz!
      Bought Amway Silicone Glaze for polishing my New TVS Wego.
      So here is the review of this polish. Thanks to Mr.Boss for recommending this product!

      Bought from: eBay.in

      Cost:
      Polish costs Rs. 539.0, Shipping is Rs. 50.0
      Came off at Rs. 590.

      This is what the Amway's website has on this product's page:

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      So, these are the materials I used to polish:
      a) A waterwash with the water mixed with car wash (To remove the old polish and to clean the dirt).
      b) A microfiber cloth(To wipe off the car wash)
      c) A dual side microfiber cloth or a foam applicator to apply polish and to remove the wax(You will see later in the pictures).

      Some snaps of the bottle:





      Microfiber clothes I used:







      Some snaps of my polished TVS Wego, My Black Unicorn!:









      Results:

      The + things:
      + Smooth, glass like surface.
      + Awesome gloss
      + Easy to wipe off.
      + Very easy to apply.
      + You can apply it either by Foam applicator or a cheap Damp(microfiber) cloth.
      + Versatile use, I even polished my watch, laptop, etc.
      + Gives a nice gloss to chrome finish.

      The - things:
      - Dries quick in summer, dries slower in cooler days.
      - Should not be applied directly to the surface, it should be first applied on a foam or damp cloth.

      So, I recommend this product to everyone.

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      I also have it and its very good for little paint correction by hand when there is small swirls or holograms visible. It has both fillers as well as abrasives, it makes the metallic flakes pop out, but the protection is not very long lasting. Its best to top it up with any good paste wax for long term protection. I personally use either waxpol auto polish (green tin) or waxpol caranauba (red tin) but come for around Rs. 200.

      Quote Originally Posted by RVSB View Post
      Dries quick in summer, dries slower in cooler days.
      To make it more workable and not dry quickly use a damp microfiber and use the same side to work all over so once it becomes saturated it keeps the solution working for longer.
      Some of my Threads:
      https://gearheads.in/showthread.php?24908-My-WOWA-Waterless-Wash-amp-Wax-Experiment
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25158-Sunday-Detailing-my-Honda-Amaze
      http://gearheads.in/showthread.php?25582-The-Battle-of-Waxes

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      Top up the glaze with some good wax or sealant. Else it will not even last a week

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      Quote Originally Posted by sagarpadaki View Post
      Top up the glaze with some good wax or sealant.
      Suggestions?
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      Quote Originally Posted by cityinnova View Post
      Suggestions?
      What is your budget?
      Winners don't quit. Quitters don't win.

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      Don't know how much is ok.
      May be 1000
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      Pretty decent ones cost you about 1500-2000. Check out some of products from Meguiars, poorboys and collinite. Whatever you choose ensure your surface is well prepared.
      Winners don't quit. Quitters don't win.

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      How to top up?
      What to top up?
      With what?
      I am a noob when it comes to detailing.
      Yes, a little rain is enough to wash of all the wax.

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      OK.
      Any particular ones? Have heard about Collinite 845. Which one from Meguiars or Poorboys? There are so many from each that difficult to select unless you know about it.

      Can "surface is well prepared" mean washing the car with car shampoo, using diesel for removing the tar stains, washing it again, applying Amway Silicon Glaze?
      Is it sufficient?
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      Quote Originally Posted by cityinnova View Post
      OK.
      Any particular ones? Have heard about Collinite 845. Which one from Meguiars or Poorboys? There are so many from each that difficult to select unless you know about it.

      Can "surface is well prepared" mean washing the car with car shampoo, using diesel for removing the tar stains, washing it again, applying Amway Silicon Glaze?
      Is it sufficient?
      You, my dear friends, have to spend some time on the detailing guide book section of this forum. It has all the details you need to understand the basics of what and what of detailing.
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      How to top up?
      What to top up?
      With what?
      I am a noob when it comes to detailing.
      Yes, a little rain is enough to wash of all the wax.

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