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Old 16-08-2018, 04:19 PM   #61
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Outdoors, yes, but it was about 9.45 in the morning, and the sun rose on the other side of the house, so the panel (a door) wasn't in the sun yet.

Towels wise, I tried plush ones (Ragmaster Eagle Edgeless and Platinum Pluffle), short pile ones (Polished Bliss Utility Towel) and in between (both sides of a Serious Performance ArUber Towel, which has a longer and a shorter pile face). None of them were much use unless I either applied more force than I was comfortable with, or used Bilt Hamber Cleanser Fluid to take it off (which worked a treat).
I used Scholl S20 Black on my fiesta (Colorado red) the other day and found it hard to get on with at times for the reasons mentioned above. Very Difficult to remove and unable to over work it. I tried using more product and working a slightly smaller area to see it it would work longer. I found it didn't seem to break down to a sort of clear film thats simple to buff off as most do.

Eventually i seemed to get on better by using less product, spread it out very well on low speed before making the overlapping passes on speed 3 ish (flex3401). This allowed a long work time and made it easy to remove and not as describe like a thick wax left too long as when i started with it. Only problem was it didn't always seem to work and particularly with the pad of choice. It was much nicer to use on the Sonus SFX polishing pad than it was on the LC HT polishing pad, it jumped and dragged and skipped about too much no matter how much or little product was on the pad. Slightly baffled to say the least. The results are good but for ease of working with it wasn't great, was a touch of disappointment as i find S3 and S17 a pleasure to work with
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