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Old 16-11-2017, 07:37 PM   #21
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SG have you used/tried the water base one they make?

https://www.refinishsystems.com/upol...waAjU_EALw_wcB

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Old 17-11-2017, 09:47 AM   #22
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SG have you used/tried the water base one they make?

https://www.refinishsystems.com/upol...waAjU_EALw_wcB
I've not tried that one, don't do enough polishing etc to warrant having two different kinds of panel wipe on the shelf!

tosh might have done though - see post #7 in this thread.
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Old 17-11-2017, 10:08 AM   #23
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The water based one is for sensitive plastics that can get damaged from solvent based. Also the water is more environmentally friendly, less of risk storage wise for business due to not being flammable, doesn't need special disposal
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How does this compare with an IPA & water mix?
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How does this compare with an IPA & water mix?
Far more effective as it has surfactants in it. IPA isn't actually all that effective as panel wipe on it's own mixed with water.
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Also what is the difference between the fast and slow versions?
Apparently slow is best for summer, fast for winter. But that may be more for painters and body men. I got 5L Upol (fast) on sale. Good stuff
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