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Raceglaze

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RaceGlaze is a UK based manufacturer of detailing products. They offer a wide range of products and have been in the scene for several years. The brand was formed for a desire for better cleaning products.

RaceGlaze history

Raze Glaze was formed in 1995 by Roy Galway in a quest for better car care products. The company started via the name: “Auto Detailing Supplies”. From 2003-2005, Ian Williams ran the company who handed the company over to Race Glaze distributor Mark Wibberley in mid 2005.

RaceGlaze products

Although Race Glaze started out under another name, they already had a very basic range of products that would allow a detailer to achieve a better finish and apply a better protection. In 2008 they launches the Signature Series 42 and 55 wax, quickly followed by Black Label. At the moment of writing their range offers products for polishing, washing, cleaning, protection, interior, fabric, leather, vinyl, rinseless washing, glass, metal and several accessories.

Company information

Race Glaze is based in Stamford, England and has its own company website. They also have a Facebook page and are moderately active on social media. They are not very often seen on message boards or fora and are a very rare sight on detailing events or car related events.

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