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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-30-2009, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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Rotary polishing

For just wanting to polish up a car with medium to light scratches what combo do you recommend?

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4000 pad with 105 still or would you use a polishing pad on a lighter scratch?

Next a 8000 pad with 205 and then like a NXT wax afterwards?


On another it needs to be wet sanded to gets some runs out I know that is definetly going to take a 4000 pad and 105, but what are some of the build down steps after cutting it? Thanks, tried to look over on Meguiar's online but wanted some specific answers to these.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-31-2009, 06:10 AM
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Theres no way for me to answer this question without actually putting my hands on the car and trying things. M105 and M205 work VERY well, but they do not work on every car. Well, they do, but sometimes M205 is still a bit too strong for some cars, leaving behind light buffer swirls and holograms. I have a VERY wide selection of products from all different manufatures just for this reason. M105/M205 are usually my first choices, but when they don't work I have to use other products.

Give that combo a try, and if they don't work call me and I'll give you some other options.

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