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.
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.
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: