Poorboys Black Hole show glaze 1LEnjoy a show car shine all the time!Poorboys Black Hole Show Glaze is formulated exclusively for dark coloured vehicles. The glaze cleans and fills light swirl marks to leave a brilliant, glossy, slick show car shine.
Poorboys Black Hole Show Glaze can be applied any time to hide minor imperfections and enhance the glossy appearance on black, red, and all dark vehicles.Poorboys Black Hole Show Glaze for Dark Vehicles makes it easy to maintain a show car shine, even on daily drivers.
You know how tough it is to detail as often as youd like. You cant get out the polisher for every new swirl. Poorboys Black Hole Show Glaze for Dark Vehicles allows you to hide minor imperfections on dark vehicles until you can remove them.In addition to disguising blemishes, Black Hole Show Glaze will also clean the paint.
Swirls can be more noticeable when theyre filled with grime, so this special formula lifts out dirt and then fills in swirls with glaze. In just one quick step, your vehicle will be swirl-free, incredibly glossy, and slick!Blacks and reds can be tough to maintain but Black Hole Show Glaze keeps them looking good every day. Just like all Poorboys products Black Hole Show Glaze can be applied in the sun or shade. Apply it by hand or machine to create an extremely slick, glossy surface. Use glaze before applying your favourite wax or sealant. The last step product will lock in the fillers to keep your paint looking great until your next detail.
Methods of Application:
Black Hole Show Glaze can be applied in the sun or in the shade. Apply the glaze to the Black side of a damp German applicator or a foam applicator pad, you will only need 3-4 pea sized drops of product per panel. The glaze should be wiped as thinly and as evenly as possible. The film should then be left to dry for up to 15 minutes. Once hazed a detailing towel should be used to buff the glaze off.
By Dual action machine polisher:
Poorboys Black Hole Show Glaze should be applied using a Soft finishing pad. Apply 3-4 pea-sized drops of product for each panel, and these should be worked in thoroughly at around 3000-4000 orbits per minute (speed 3-4 on most dual action machine polishers) until only a thin film remains. After being allowed to haze over for up to 15 minutes, this film should then be buffed off.