GuruGlaze is a an acrylic polymer sealant similar to the
DetailingGurus Performance Sealant and
Performance Sealant Booster, but with greater "filling
properties", resulting in unparalleled gloss that is deep and
rich. It is ideally used directly after the car has been
polished and is perfectly clean, but can also be used in-between
full details (with some careful preparation) in order to hide
the inevitable swirls and imperfections realized in a car that
might see daily use on the road.
GuruGlaze is a wipe-on / wipe-off product that can be applied by
hand, or with an orbital machine or buffer. It can be topped with a
Sealant or quality wax such as GuruWax to
improve the longevity and increase the depth of the gloss to amazing
levels! On a freshly polished surface, one coat is adequate, but
when used as an interim product to hide swirls until the next
polish, we recommend layering 2 or more coats to achieving that
unparalleled wet look that is highly sought after.
GuruGlaze Application Instructions:
- Using a MicroFiber cloth or
applicator pad, spread a small amount of GuruGlaze over a 1 foot by 2 foot area. A thin coat is all that is needed.
- Allow to dry to a light haze (10-30 minutes) and the use a
clean, ultra-soft MicroFiber
towel, spread the glaze evenly with front-to-back motion on
horizontal panels and a top-to-bottom motion to achieve maximum
reflectivity. You can generally apply GuruGlaze to the entire
car and then immediately begin buffing.
- You may need to flip the
MicroFiber towel to a clean side to buff the surface in
order to achieve the highest degree of shine. Do not use heavy
pressure, but check the paint from various angles to ensure the
glaze is uniform and glossy.
- Finish with a high quality Carnauba Wax such as
GuruWax or a Sealant.
They key to achieving that wet-look shine with GuruGlaze is
preparation. If the car is freshly polished, an Isopropyl Alcohol
wipedown will prepare the surface for maximum bonding strength of
the acrylic polymers to the clear coat. If the car is in between
details, a tar & wax remover such as Prepsol (Prepall, Solvent,
etc.) can be used to clean the paint and improve adhesion to the