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Old 27-03-2007, 11:53 AM   #11
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after machining the car, some finishing polishes can be used as a last stage i.e. a wax can be applied straight away e.g PO85RD, speed glaze.

But e.g. HD cleanse and Sonus paint cleanser do roughly the same job i.e after machining the paint, these products prepare the paint ready for the wax. They have no abrasives and can be applied by hand or PC. my preferred choice would be HD cleanse, a great product.
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Old 27-03-2007, 12:13 PM   #12
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This what they say Autopia

Home > Polish & Swirl Remover > Sonus Paintwork Cleanser

A premium paint cleaner and ultra-fine polish for use by hand or machine:


Works with the Porter Cable 7424 to maintain like-new paint!


Works fast! Easy on, easy off!


Very gentle... 100% clear coat safe!


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Cleans and polishes paint, removing water spots, fine swirl marks and scratches! Treat your paint to a sensational high gloss finish with Sonus Paintwork Cleanser!

Sonus Paintwork Cleanser is an ultra fine pre-wax cleaner and polish for the regular care and enhancement of paint in perfect or near perfect condition. Use prior to waxing to remove light oxidation, road grime and fine swirl marks on all paint finishes, including clear coats.

1. Maintains a crystal clear clearcoat!
2. Non-abrasive
3. Makes waxing easier!

Regular use by hand or dual-action polisher enhances gloss and depth of shine. Follow immediately with your favorite carnauba or synthetic wax.

This what they say Autopia, BUT now i'm even more confused because it says its not abrasive BUT can remove swirls and scratchs HELP can anyone clear thie up
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Old 27-03-2007, 01:07 PM   #13
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So many contradictions in that

A non abrasive yet it removes swirls
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Old 27-03-2007, 01:23 PM   #14
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it will mask swirls, removes them by filling them.
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Old 27-03-2007, 01:34 PM   #15
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just a play on words the swirls are still there if you asked me to remove your swirls and i just put on paint cleaner you would not be happy
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it will mask swirls, removes them by filling them.
Cheers Phil

That makes sense, ill try it out the weekend

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