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11-19-2004, 09:53 AM
Has anyone ever used Pinnacle Paste Glaz? I just read somewhere that it's for light colors only. My car's orient blue, but I wanted to see if any dark color car owners have used this product.
11-19-2004, 10:35 AM
~One man’s opinion / observations~
Here is my ‘take’ on Pinnacle waxes, although I’ve never tried Glanz wax on a ‘dark’ coloured vehicle. It’s a highly transplant wax so as long as the surface is well prepped it should give a pleasing finish.
1.Pinnacle Souverän Wax- this is a low-solvent ivory Carnauba wax (making it an ideal LSP) that contains natural oils that provide a deep gloss, and a ‘wet-look’ to the paint film surface, it is highly UV resistant and ideal for Red, Black or Porsche Speed Yellow and dark vehicle colours. Look’ shine.
2.Pinnacle Signature Series Wax- is a low-solvent Carnauba wax and polymer mix that is perfect for metallic painted surfaces and for light coloured vehicle paint, providing a clean bright shine. Prepare surface with Pinnacle Paintwork Cleaning Lotion and use Crystal Mist as a quick detailer.
3.Pinnacle Paste Glaz- this is a low-solvent, refined transparent ivory Carnauba wax (making it an ideal LSP) that also contains polymers to resist breakdown from acid rain and ultraviolet light, and is highly recommended for white, silver, and beige coloured vehicles.
~Hope this helps~
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11-19-2004, 10:49 AM
Thanks for the info, TOGWT
11-19-2004, 10:09 PM
I own a orient blue ZHP. I purchased Souveran/Klasse Kit (http://superiorcarcare.net/sokit.html) , after I used it I will never use anything else. It is great for dark colors.
12-25-2004, 10:38 PM
Souveran Paste Wax on Imola Red 330i. Ahhhhhhhhhh....
Oh, also resurrected a 5 year old neglected black 4-Runner this weekend. Double ahhhhh.
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