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Old 07-15-2005, 02:34   #1 (permalink)
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Paing Glazing Treatment

Hello all,

I was talking to a detailer today and he recommended that I get my pride and joy treated with a piant glazing treatment that locks in the shine for some 2 to 3 years before you have to do another polish. He quoted $295 to do the Typhoon. I was just wondering if any of you guys had this sort of thing done to your own pride and joys and is it worth doing? As opposed to a polish every 3 months or so?

Thanks in advance for any advice!

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Re: Paing Glazing Treatment

Lots of different views, but I say its money well worth spending. the polishing is part of the benefits, if anything spils on it and i have MING enviro on my MKii GTP, and that has paid for its self already, 2 rounds of bat crap, and 1 round of lunatic throwing something on it, didnt leave a mark. No I dont work for ming...
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Lots of different views, but I say its money well worth spending. the polishing is part of the benefits, if anything spils on it and i have MING enviro on my MKii GTP, and that has paid for its self already, 2 rounds of bat crap, and 1 round of lunatic throwing something on it, didnt leave a mark. No I dont work for ming...
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Thanks for the advice,

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I had the ming treatment on my blueprint xr6t ute for two years and i never once touched it with polish. Just a quick wash and chamois and it allways came up looking perfect. I've just got myself a velocity typhoon and had the same thing done, definately worth the money.
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