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Old 08-08-2018, 02:05 PM   #11
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I'm surprised no one has mentioned meguiars ultimate compound and a UFO applicator or a microfiber cloth for extra bite.

Also a lot of hate in this product but T cut followed by SRP (due to the dulling effect from the anomia in T Cut) or ultimate compound works first time every time.
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I'm surprised no one has mentioned meguiars ultimate compound and a UFO applicator or a microfiber cloth for extra bite.

Also a lot of hate in this product but T cut followed by SRP (due to the dulling effect from the anomia in T Cut) or ultimate compound works first time every time.
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From memory there is a video on YouTube of one of the Farecla retail paint renovators (from Halfords) doing this very job by hand.
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Farecla scratch remover on a damp microfiber and they will be gone in a few minutes

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Old 10-08-2018, 06:10 PM   #15
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Compound on a micro fibre, and work till they are gone. Your finger will be aching at the end, but they will go
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Megs Ultimate compound is a very good product and ideal for this sort of job, as said use on a mf cloth.
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I've had good results with Gtechniq P1 and a small microfibre applicator pad. The small pads easily fit through the handle and can be held and worked with hands above and below the handle. Easier on the fingers than just a cloth. Your menz polishes should work with this method too.
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Slightly off the point of the thread but the only thing I've found with P1 is that while it is a very good polish if it gets in any chips it stands out a mile because it really is ultra white in colour.
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