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Obsessive Detail Wet Shine Acrylic Glaze (16oz.)

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New Improved Formula! Wet Glaze is a pure gloss enhancer that adds a ton of wetness and depth to the paint.
New Improved Formula! Wet Glaze is a pure gloss enhancer that can be topped with a wax or sealant without any bonding issues. Wet Glaze contains acrylic polymers that form a strong bond to the paint for longer lasting durability. Wet Glaze can also be layered over the top of your favorite wax or sealant for that dripping wet look and extended durability. Wet Glaze contains no cleaners or abrasives and looks great on light or dark colored vehicles.


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  1. An exceptional glaze in EVERY aspect. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Dec 2014

    Obsessive Detail Wet Shine Acrylic Glaze is an exceptional product, excelling in every area that's important for a glaze.

    It's too cold here in eastern Nebraska to give this product a fair chance to work its best, but we went down to the Dallas area for the week of Thanksgiving to visit my Sister and her family. The high temperatures approached the mid 70's each day. I took the Wet Shine Glaze with me to work on their three cars. These temperatures were ideal and we were all totally pleased with the look this glaze produced.

    It would have been ideal to have clayed each car, but there wasn't enough time on this visit for that extra step. So after washing & drying each car, I went right to applying one thin coat of Wet Shine Glaze to each car. Justin, the Owner and Operator of this website store, had previously suggested that I use both side-to-side AND back-and-forth motions to apply the glaze to the (approximately) 2' x 2' work area. Justin is very helpful and he sure knows his products, as this method worked really well . . . going one direction initially helped get it spread out over the working surface, and then by going the opposite direction, it really smoothed it out to a thin, uniform/even coat everywhere. And even going both directions, it went quick because as Justin recommended, the glaze merely needs to evenly cover the surface just like a paint sealant or wax; there's no need to really work or rub it in as you would with a polish.

    Buffing it off after a couple of entire panels were covered was even easier than applying it. I used two high-quality soft, edgeless microfiber towels (one to first remove the majority of the dried residue followed by a second one to completely remove anything that remained). The residue came off right away with almost no hand pressure and I especially liked that.

    And the look Wet Shine Glaze provided was really something. Two cars are dark red, and one is a charcoal color that's noticeably lighter than black. When I was completely finished applying the glaze to a car and stood back to look at the overall appearance, each of the three cars looked great, and the red cars were especially incredible. Not only were they as shiny as I can remember them ever being, it seemed as though the paint was shimmering . . . slightly moving like a small pond of red-colored water. I don't know if that was an illusion or possibly light reflecting off the glazed surface if I moved my head slightly (I tried to hold perfectly still and this was still happening a bit!).

    I prefer to always give these polymer products one full day to cure. So I followed the application of Wet Shine Glaze with one coat of a polymer paint sealant the next day. I don't have a trained eye for these things, so maybe the paint sealant ever so slightly diminished the shininess created by the Wet Shine Glaze. I don't know for sure, but what I do know is the cars still looked great, and it had to be done so the glaze would be sealed in and the paint would be protected. Then the day after that, I applied one coat of a carnauba-based liquid wax for even more protection.

    Each car turned out great. I wasn't there when they purchased any of these three cars, so I don't know exactly what they looked like at that particular time, but all three of my family members who own these cars said they look nicer now than when they bought them brand-new from the dealer (one car was purchased only a little over one year ago, but they've owned the other two for almost six years.) So I have to think they are just as pleased with the results as I was!

    I've always liked doing this detailing work, and Justin's exceptional products like Wet Shine Glaze, together with his excellent customer service & recommendations on how to best use his products, have all helped make it an especially enjoyable experience for me and my family. The least I can do in return is leave these honest review comments so this totally positive experience can be passed on to his other potential customers.



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