GP101 Authorized Installer Training

Join GlassParency's Lead Trainer Tony "GP" Seara as he walks through how to offer GlassParency's Glass Treatment to customers, how to properly apply it, common mistakes and how to avoid or fix them, and how to take full advantage of GlassParency's 3-Year Maintenance Warranty and Customer Retention Program

Training Video Chapters

Ch. 1 - 00:10 - Introduction
Ch. 2 - 00:38 - Presenting GP to Potential Customers
Ch. 3 - 01:24 - Before You Start
Ch. 4 - 03:10 - Glass Prep Process
Ch. 5 - 04:24 - Treatment Application: Step A
Ch. 6 - 06:42 - Treatment Application: Step B
Ch. 7 - 07:56 - Residual Chemical Removal & Troubleshooting Common Mistakes
Ch. 8 - 12:22 - Tips: Finishing Touches
Ch. 9 - 13:35 - Customer Demo's
Ch. 10 - 14:25 - Using GP in Your Business
Ch. 11 - 14:44 - Customer Warranty & Retention Program
Ch. 12 - 15:15 - Glass Treatment Maintenance Program
Ch. 13 - 16:55 - Conclusion

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Step by Step Instructions

Product Application:

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For the best possible results and product effectiveness, start by thoroughly cleaning the glass to remove any dirt, bugs, chemicals, or other contaminants using a product like our Glass & Chrome Polish, and then prep the glass surface for treatment by cleaning with an alcohol-based, ammonia-free Glass Cleaner.


*Apply in temperatures between 50°F and 90°F 

1) In a well-ventilated area, wipe Chemical A towelette on dry, clean glass. Spread evenly across the glass using a cross-hatch pattern (side-to-side, top-to-bottom), making sure the entire surface is covered. Allow the chemical to set for one full minute

2) Repeat step 1 using Chemical B towelette directly on top of Chemical A. Allow chemical to set for one full minute

3) Wipe off the haze using a damp towel and polish the surface with a clean microfiber cloth

4) Remove any excess residual chemical by cleaning the surface with alcohol-based glass cleaner and wiping the surface dry with a paper towel

Wash hands and face thoroughly after handling
Wear protective gloves and eye/face protection
Avoid breathing vapors
Use only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area
Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame