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Old 15-05-2015, 09:08 PM   #11
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Here's a few 50/50's with scholl s40 on a blue hex pad on soft paint



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Old 15-05-2015, 09:09 PM   #12
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scholl s40 is great on soft paint, if a bit more bite is needed use a white polishing pad first
Is that marring I can see?



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Old 15-05-2015, 09:23 PM   #13
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No loss of shine, it could be the camera as they we're taken on my phone.

Ill dig out some finished pics, it wasn't completely corrected, just an enhancement, but s40 on it's own removed 90% of marks. as said it'll have more bite with a white pad.

Here's a finished pic for you


No loss of shine on the boot


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A few of us Honda (soft and sticky) drivers apparently use scholl (not sure if it was S40 or if there's an S20) for cutting and megs 205 for finishing as its pressure dependant as to how much it cuts. They also say to use lake and country orange and crimson too. I've not personally done it, this is what I've been told by a couple of trusted friends. One is a pro detailer.
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Looks pretty good! Did you notice any marks or marring from the polisher?
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Old 15-05-2015, 09:30 PM   #16
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Lovely shine on that!
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No marring pal.

S40 is very fine indeed and finishes down very well on the soft paint
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Polishing a car wearing soft paint?

This was machine polished using Scholl S40.
I'm a big fan of M205 but decided to try out S40 on the soft paint of this RCZ that I recently did.

All photo sure unedited and no filters, straight from iPhone.













The later photos were taken when it was overcast.
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A few of us Honda (soft and sticky) drivers apparently use scholl (not sure if it was S40 or if there's an S20) for cutting and megs 205 for finishing as its pressure dependant as to how much it cuts. They also say to use lake and country orange and crimson too. I've not personally done it, this is what I've been told by a couple of trusted friends. One is a pro detailer.


I apologise for getting this the wrong way round. It was a while back.
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This was machine polished using Scholl S40.
I'm a big fan of M205 but decided to try out S40 on the soft paint of this RCZ that I recently did.

All photo sure unedited and no filters, straight from iPhone.













The later photos were taken when it was overcast.


That is one reflective finish!! I'm in awe
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