Finish First is a reasonable replacement.
I have tried a cleaner polish followed by 100% carnauba wax with little noticeable difference to LG. I have one can of LG left. That is reserved for the STI. All my other cars will get FF
Finish First is suppose to be an updated, improved version of Liquid Glass. Owners of both companies used to be partners at Liquid Glass, I think until the 90’s. FF used to be known as Liquid Tech Finish First and now just as Finish First ( Finish First Auto, Cycle & Marine Polish ).
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Saw this stuff at the car show, the guy talked it up and I seriously considered it. My supply of Blue Coral wax left over from my car detailing days is almost out.
Main selling point was that the paint doesn't need to be cool to apply. BIG plus since I don't have a garage.
I need some help on what I should do to help blend the scratch to to make it look as original to the paint. Had a friend that thought it would be funny to mess with my license plate relocator and ended up rubbing against the paint. I ended up buying touch up paint from Subaru to cover and now...
Recently I bought Bronze RZ’s. I want some touch up paint, just in case. The boxes says 48N but I don’t know if it’s the Yokohama Wheel color code. Touch up paint webshops can’t find it, they don’t have the wheels in their database. Who can help me?