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    It's at least 10 years old. [emoji16]

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    I bought 3 cans off Ebay a few years back. Put 2 in the shop fridge.
    Broke one out last month.
    That is an old can. I expect it is dried out. Shake it up and see!
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    I looked online and depending on the size of it, it was only approximately $16 not sure what that translates for Andrew but not bad really. I've never heard of the stuff, always used 3m compounds because it was easy to get a hold of. 3m makes or made a pink finesse it that was a great finisher for paint, that and a foam pad and shine like crazy.
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    The liquid glass goes on with straight back and forth strokes. You can do the entire car and wait a bit before wiping off. Really easy. Then, you park it in the sun to bake it.

    Says on the can you must steel-wool the whole car if you want to paint it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    The liquid glass goes on with straight back and forth strokes. You can do the entire car and wait a bit before wiping off. Really easy. Then, you park it in the sun to bake it.

    Says on the can you must steel-wool the whole car if you want to paint it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharptonn View Post
    Says on the can you must steel-wool the whole car if you want to paint it.
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