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Detailing Guru
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Yeah, it's kind of a PITA to work with but provides nice results. I'd get number 5 if you really wanted to try a Meg's glaze as it's easier to work with.
 

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I like 3m's hand glaze better. Both ok tho
 

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I use it all the time. I don't understand the "hard to work with" comments, I find it easy. I just put it on in small areas at a time and buff off right away. I cover it with pure carnauba wax.

#7 says its a hand glaze on my bottle, although it says can be used with machine too.
 
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