Brand New Adam's Polishes HAVE NOW ARRIVED

Adam's Brilliant Glaze

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Adam's Brilliant Glaze 16oz

    •    Amazing Depth, Gloss and Clarity
    •    Super Easy On and Easy Off
    •    Achieve that Deep, Wet Looking Shine
    •    Quick Hazing for Fast Application




Add amazing depth, shine, and a whole new dimension to your finish with our Adam's Brilliant Glaze. Easy on and easy off,  this is the fastest way to an unbelievable shine. Our all new formula is 110% guaranteed to impress!
Adam's Brilliant Spray Glaze was one of our earliest products here at Adam's and great solution for a quick and easy shine on paint, glass, chrome, or polished aluminum. A step beyond our detail spray, but just short of our Adam's Buttery Wax, it's been a staple of our line for nearly a decade.

Now we've released its replacement... Adam's ALL NEW Brilliant Glaze and its easier, faster, and better than ever!

    •    Simply pour a small amount of Adam's Brilliant Glaze onto one of Adam's Blue    Microfiber Applicator Pads or Adam's Brilliant Glaze Machine Pad.
    •    Apply to freshly cleaned and/or polished paint, glass, chrome, or aluminum.
    •    Allow a few moments to haze then buff away the residue by hand using one of our Adam's Double Soft Microfiber Towels. 

We've improved the drying time - This product cures quickly, meaning less time waiting for it to haze up and more time spent admiring that shine!!

We've improved the looks - Darker, wetter, and deeper looking shine. This product will take black paint to never before seen levels of dark, reds will appear more rich and vibrant, metallic and pearl paint jobs will POP with increased depth and gloss.

We've improved the durability - our previous formula lacked durability, lasting a week if not less. The new formula will hold up about twice as long, up to 2 weeks or more, meaning fewer applications to maintain that shine.

Better filling - Got a minor defect that won't polish out? This new formula has incredible filling properties that will help temporarily mask imperfections when polishing doesn't get the job done, or you simply don't have time to pull out your polishes before a show.