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Old 18-10-2020, 05:45 PM   #1
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Carpro Cquartz 3.0 uk

Would the above be suitable to use on car glass?

Got 1/3 of a bottle leftover from doing my previous car. Would like to coat the glass on the new car before winter. Would Carpro Cquartz 3.0 uk be ok for this?
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Apply it to all glass other than your windscreen, it's not supposed to play well with wipers (juddering etc.).
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Old 18-10-2020, 07:25 PM   #3
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Would the above be suitable to use on car glass?

Got 1/3 of a bottle leftover from doing my previous car. Would like to coat the glass on the new car before winter. Would Carpro Cquartz 3.0 uk be ok for this?
I wouldn't do it on moving windows, and definitely not on the windshield as said. Cquartz is very grabby, tippers and windows will squeak and judder.
 
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Use it on the side and rear glass that sees no abrasion. Won’t last long on the front glass. Use a dedicated glass product for that.
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Old 19-10-2020, 08:09 PM   #5
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Thanks for the inputs guys. Might just keep it to do some wheels instead. All of the side glass on my new car moves
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Trim, wheels and paint.

I wouldn't use on glass.
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Use it on alloys.
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Trim, wheels and paint.

I wouldn't use on glass.
Would it be ok to use on black plastic trim?
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Would it be ok to use on black plastic trim?

If it needs restoration it won’t help. New trim would be on but it won’t last as long as a dedicated trim coating.
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Not something I’ve used, but I’d opt for using it on your wheels
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