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Old 14-08-2016, 12:52 PM   #11
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New as in I have to pick it up on 1st September.
Black cars of the passed looked really good when clean and shiny, but they never stay clean for long.
Normally have a routine for cleaning, the 2/3 times a year I go to town with waxing, sealing etc, but it's all by hand, thought a DA would help keep the shine to the max, and make it a little easier.

Also really nervous on using one on a new car, so researching, videos, and like the idea of a scrap yard panel for first couple of tries.
i wouldnt have thought a brand new car wont need any paint correction so youd prob be best off with a das pro and a good polish and wax!

this is a good read.........

http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/blog/...brand-new-car/
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Sorry I'm still pretty new to this whole detailing thing. I've only used it with Poor Boys Black Hole, not for any swirl removal etc. Can't they be used more than once?

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Yes they can be used again,after black Hole, but it's best to wash them after you have used them. As for removing or any form of correction, it's best to have at least 3 pads of the same, just if you use one then as Kimo says you will be adding more damage than removing. Ensure you clean your pad every section you have done, it's very easy to destroy your pads with to much product, to much pressure, and cheap and nasty ones
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