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Old 20-06-2018, 10:56 PM   #1
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Cleanser Polish abrasives

I have Das 6 pro and want to try it with a Megs finishing pad (black)and would like know if it has diminishing abrasives in it albeit mild ones that will break down when worked long enough. I have used in on bmw paint by hand and it was fine and looked amazing but on my black Lexus it can leave hazing or micromarring. I wonder if microfine would be more suitable or if as I suspect using the Das6 will break it down to leave a blemish free,ish finish

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Old 21-06-2018, 01:05 AM   #2
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My understanding is Cleanser Polish doesn't have a great deal of abrasives, if any in it. The little it does have is mainly for cleaning the paint and removing a lot of the embedded dirt etc with most of the paint improvements coming from it's excellent filling capabilities.

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its that part of their data sheet that I am hoping to gain a bit more insight into. My paint has a self repairing top coat and whilst it still marks the coat does add to the challenge of polishing. Autofiness Tripple is as Polished bliss state in their specs a one in abrassiveness compared with CP which the grade two.
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