|Manufacturer Part Number||KL-02-33|
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $5.95 shipping
Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze 33 oz.
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Compare to similar items
This item Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze 33 oz.
P21S 12700W Carnauba Wax B002LOP5E4
|Shipping||$3.25||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Sold By||Palm Beach Motoring Accessories||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com|
|Item Dimensions||—||2 x 5 x 9 in||3.5 x 3.5 x 3 in||4 x 3 x 10 in|
|Size||—||Single||Wax Only||Single Unit|
Klasse High Gloss Sealant Glaze is a highly concentrated acrylic formula glaze for new cars and oxidation-free surfaces. High Gloss Glaze provides an additional protective layer over the All-In-One with an exceptionally brilliant mirror-like shine. High Gloss Sealant Glaze creates an elastic, non-chip, shrink-proof, heat and scratch resistant - protective seal against ultraviolet rays, salt water, acid rain and industrial pollutants for up to 12 months. Use this glaze on all paints with or without clear coats, glass, fiberglass, Plexiglass, plastics, metal surfaces, enamel, tiles, Formica and all non-porous surfaces. It is anti-static, non-abrasive and contains no ingredients harmful to paint, metal or plastic.
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Top Customer Reviews
1. Apply with a damp (not wet) microfiber sponge
2. An amount the size of a quarter should easily cover 4-6 square feet.
3. Always apply it in a straight line, not in a circular motion!
4. Let it dry for at least 30 minutes. I do the whole car and come back later.
5. Spray distilled water onto a microfiber cloth, and wipe a 4-6 s.f. section.
6. Now go over that same section with a DRY microfiber towel, buffing as you go
7. Remember - only straight lines!
It doesn't take much pressure if you use the wet+dry method, and you don't us too much product. You should do a 2nd application 12-24 hours later (I throw a sheet over the car, in the garage, so that it's still clean and ready when I do the 2nd part). To restore the gloss, you only need to wipe down with a quality quick detailer after washing. Don't bother with wax, because you'll just have to remove it in a year when it's time to reapply the Klasse HGSG.
Prep work is really important, because you'll seal in whatever defects are there. I wash and clay the car, then clean it with Klasse All-In-One. If there are any swirls or other marks, get rid of those BEFORE using the Klasse HGSG. Otherwise, you'll just be locking in that defect for a year or so.
Update - Had to use paint thinner to remove some spray paint that had drifted onto the sealed paint surface. To my surprise the paint thinner had no impact on the glossy finish. Any wax I've used in the past would have been immediately stripped off by the paint thinner.
Update2 - After some experience have discovered it is also best to IMMEDIATELY begin to buff off the coating soon as you put it onto a small area. If you let it set for even a minute or so it can harden to the point where it will be difficult to get it off. At least two coats are also advisable, more on headlight lenses. With regard to longevity it seems to last a few months under conditions of intense sun and little rain. You could probably get away with waiting longer if you're not as concerned about appearance versus actual protection.
The first is someone stated they are having issues with this sealant causing swirls. No liquid, in any way, will ever put swirls in a car. The one product that wi is the applicator you are using to apply the product. Always make sure you have a good microfiber or foam applicator.
Second, and the one people have the most difficulty with, is how hard it is to wipe this off. This is a wipe on wipe off product that applies very very thinly to your car. The proper application is to dampen your applicator with water, put some klasse in a small spray bottle and spritz it on the applicator. Then apply to a small section and immediately wipe off. The longer you wait, the harder it will be to remove.
This stuff is meant to last and it does. Traditional waxes would have to be applied on the entire car and then you would wait and then wipe off. This is a sealant, it requires little time to cure or adhere to your paint.
I use this and a 33oz bottle I figure will last me at least 5 years, applying one coat twice a year on a mid size sedan.
Klasse is very slick. After a rainfall, the only thing that is wet afterwards is the trunk and center of the roof, as those are the only flat parts.
It also gives off a great shine and lasts me 6 months with washing twice a week.
If there are some spots you missed and the product has dried on or is too hard to remove, simply apply more and rub off.