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Old 07-10-2004, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default Liquid Ebony polishing glaze

Does anyone know if the Company Cleanbright the manufacturer of Liquid Ebony is still in business? It is great stuff for machine polishing/glazing acrylic lacquer. I still have a little left in a bottle that is about 15 years old and would like to get some more but I cant find it anywhere, any suggestions?
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I've used gallons of that stuff years ago, unfortunately Liquid Ebony is no long available. However, as I just replied to another question 3M Imperial Hand Glaze works as well if not better than Liquid Ebony. But use it as the name implies, By Hand, heat from a machine polisher will cause to dry and cake on the pad. Good Luck, Marc
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I'm sorry to hear that it is no longer available! I picked some up about a year ago at a local hardware store. In fact, I used it to polish my tail light lenses (rubbing compound, polishing, then liquid ebony on top) and they really came out nice.

I can look and see if they have any left.

for what it's worth I also used it to hand and machine rub guitar finishes and it worked really well there on lacquers.
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Hello , I was reading this older post and was wondering if you still happen to have the bottle of liquid ebony ? If so , I am in the final stages of rubbing out a black lac.job and could really use some if any one has it. Please email me at bigdogz1974@yahoo.com Thanks !
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