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Wabbit

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Single step polish??
« on: Mar 12, 15, 21:27 »
looking for a single step polish to remove light scratches, remove or tone down orange peel. thanks.

Vangruver

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Re: Single step polish??
« Reply #1 on: Mar 12, 15, 22:40 »
What method of application are you planning on using. Hand or machine?

Wabbit

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Re: Single step polish??
« Reply #2 on: Mar 13, 15, 06:19 »
What method of application are you planning on using. Hand or machine?

Machine , variable speed.

Vangruver

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Re: Single step polish??
« Reply #3 on: Mar 13, 15, 08:28 »
Fair enough. I have had decent results from meguires all in one polish and sealant.

Provided you use a medium cutting pad, you'll be able to see some decent results.

If I were you, I'd use the DA polisher and then go over your finished result with a sealant by hand.

Dan 2.8L

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Re: Single step polish??
« Reply #4 on: Mar 14, 15, 21:18 »
Meguires is total garbage. I wouldn't even touch that. Google wax shine it's the only products I use. My buddies company and Porsche even uses it.

Vangruver

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Re: Single step polish??
« Reply #5 on: Mar 14, 15, 23:22 »
Depends on the paint finish. But I didn't say that meguires is the be all end all.

I've been using chemical guys all in one. That's much better than meguires, but slightly more difficult to acquire