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It is worth the price,if you want something fairly good but not expensive,try jc630 clear

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I have been painting for 40 yrs and never paid more than about $100.00
for a gallon kit of clear. There are plenty of the low cost brands out there and
I've tried a lot of them. I never have seen much of a difference.
They all have worked good for me and have held up really well.
Currently I'm using Montana and Roberlo brand, they both work great
and are right at $100.00 a gallon with activator.
You can even buy a lot of these low cost clears on Ebay.
 

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Nason Clear is very fine quality. Super clear, never yellow. Sprays out slick, buffs easy. And available at Car Quest, Oriellys and other places. Probably $150 walkin off the street price for clear and hardener. (Gallon)
I have been using this for over 5 years, and keep tabs on my jobs to see how they look. This stuff holds up fine, like Sikkens, or Glasurit, and other high dollar clears.
I can get you part numbers tomorrow if you like.
 

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I used Nasson clear 20 yrs ago, it is a fine clear.
But I noticed it gets rock hard in just a few days,
which I really like but you better buff it the next day if you can.
Let it go to long and it's like sanding concrete.:thumbup:
 
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