Pros: Easy application. Great shine. Mirror finish.
Cons: Price. Offset by ease of application and time savings.
Sometime last year a bought a can of Liquid Glass possibly after seeing it advertised on TV. It's been sitting in my workshop until today. In preparation of Ohio's winter season I wanted to put a coat of wax on my cars. I found my can of Liquid Glass sitting next to my Black Magic and Kit car wax. This afternoon I detailed my cars interiors and gave them a bath before trying Liquid Glass. I am so impressed with the results that I plan to give away my collection of various car waxes. It was incredibly easy to apply and polish. I've always been particular about my cars......I don't mind putting in the effort to shine them up but always dread polishing off a regualr wax product. As I get older, waxing cars gets to be a bigger job each time, just like cutting the grass with a yard that seems to get bigger every year. The Liquid Glass was so easy to apply that I intend to put on another coat on tomorrow (before I cut the grass). With regular wax I used to use a damp towel to remove the excess wax before giving it a final polish. Today, that was not the case. I applied LG and wiped it off......so much easier...and both cars ('95 Cougar XR-7 and '06 Impala...both black) look awesome. Additionally, my Cougar just had a new front fender put on as an inattentive driver drove across 5 lanes of traffic to hit me. The paint on the new fender and my 13 year old factory original paint on the hood and driver's door are not far off. Needless to say, now that I've used LG, I don't plan to use anything else. I took both cars for a spin this afternoon.......Best looking cars on the road!