Found a substitute for Glass Wax

rosesr4meOctober 20, 2012

After discovering that Glass Wax is no longer produced, I went on a mission to find a substitute and found it in the garage. I sprayed Meguiar's Quik Wax on a paper towel and wiped down my patio door windows. Very easy to buff off (no dusty residue). So far it seems to keep the windows cleaner than with cleaning alone.

I will next be trying it my kitchen appliances, in an attempt to replace the old Jubilee kitchen wax that has also been discontinued. I am very optimistic with this stuff!

I am sure any other brand of the "spray on" detailing waxes would also work.

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maimie

Try Gel-Gloss which comes in a cream or spray. I have been using it for at least 20 yrs.

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