Thomas Mayer First impression using this Gauzy isn´t very good. I sanded an old flat clear part up to the polishing stage. First dip left a ridge on the long side, no self levelling, despite carefully getting rid of surplus Gauzy. I just tried another dip, and immediately got another ridge, and dust on the clear part.
I´ll wait for this second coat to fully dry. Then, maybe, sand Gauzy all off again.
What´s your experience with this product? Any hints?
Thomas Mayer Still not impressed, nicely spoken... The second flat piece of clear plastic, a windshield of a car kit, now has been stripped three (3!) times. Dipped it in Gauzy again, dries with dust particles already on the windshield when being taken out of Gauzy. Guess I wasted some money.
29. May, 16:48
Ralf Schoenen Hello Thomas I have no experience with this GAUZY Products.I still use Future which is available under the name Pledge floor care at Amazon.1 bottle of 798ml/27oz
roundabout 21.-€ which is still a little bit expensive but much cheaper than 100ml of Gauzy at 6€ per Bottle.
29. May, 17:47
Skywalker I hate All Gauzy products! Their clear coat for metal finishes ruined two months of work on a project of mine and I had to strip the whole thing down and start over. Never again!
29. May, 23:13
Thomas Mayer @ Ralf:
Thanks for your input here, Ralf! I also have at least two bottles of FUTURE here with me, but wanted to give Gauzy a try. Guess it won´t used again in foreseeable future (no pun).
sad to hear your project got damage when using Gauzy. I had to strip, sand and polish the flat windshield for three times now. And again there are dust spots and run marks! My bottle of Gauzy was fresh from the shop, and I take great care. For me it looks like the dust particles got on with Gauzy.
Also, this product only seems to create a coat on plastic, that might get damaged when trying to mask on it. My bottle gets closer to the bin each day...
30. May, 15:32
Skywalker The Gauzy metal finish peels after drying if you touch it.