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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-11-2008, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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Any information on M205?

Did you get to use it at SEMA? Details on it??

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-13-2008, 08:43 AM
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I've been using 205 for many months
I'm a pre-market tester for Meguiar's, and I've had this product for a while now. Great product! Highly recomend it if you're going to use it properly. This is not meant to be used as a cutting compound(as in if you have major scratches and swirls). This is meant as a follow up to M105.

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What kind of swirling will you get? How much play do you have with it? For me, 105 dries/gums up pretty quick. You selling any?

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105 is tough to use in our climate. But when it does work, it works awesome
205 has tons of play time. Depending on what you're working one, you could get very light buffer swirls, but that may change shortly(that was a hint in case you didn't catch on )

Are you wanting to buy some 105? Just FYI, they are changing the formula to better meet our climate needs. 105 is being totally rebuilt to have more play time. Not sure when it'll be out, but I'll let you know as soon as I do.

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105 is tough to use in our climate. But when it does work, it works awesome
205 has tons of play time. Depending on what you're working one, you could get very light buffer swirls, but that may change shortly(that was a hint in case you didn't catch on )

Are you wanting to buy some 105? Just FYI, they are changing the formula to better meet our climate needs. 105 is being totally rebuilt to have more play time. Not sure when it'll be out, but I'll let you know as soon as I do.

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When is this "rebuilt" 105 coming out?

No, I was wanting to see if I could get my hands on some 205

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When is this "rebuilt" 105 coming out?

No, I was wanting to see if I could get my hands on some 205

Not really sure when the new M105 will be out on the streets. It's in production right now, but who knows how it will be handled with exsiting product on the shelf. Are they going to pull all of the older product and replace it with the new formula? Or will they try and sell all of the older product first, then display the new formula?


I have very little M205 at the house. All in all, I think I have about a pint left over. I'd have to clear it with the R&D guy at Meguiar's. But if he's ok with it, you are more than welcome to come over and try it out.

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Not really sure when the new M105 will be out on the streets. It's in production right now, but who knows how it will be handled with exsiting product on the shelf. Are they going to pull all of the older product and replace it with the new formula? Or will they try and sell all of the older product first, then display the new formula?


I have very little M205 at the house. All in all, I think I have about a pint left over. I'd have to clear it with the R&D guy at Meguiar's. But if he's ok with it, you are more than welcome to come over and try it out.

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