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Old 19-06-2018, 10:58 PM   #1
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Which is best srp, tripple or bh polish

I've got to give my wife's black car a quick detail and want to use something like srp, tripple ot bh polish to hide some marks until I can properly da it.

I know the above products have fillers but which one is best for black cars
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Old 19-06-2018, 11:17 PM   #2
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I have been really impressed with BH cleanser polish and it's cleansing/filling capabilities.

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Old 20-06-2018, 09:39 AM   #3
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Are these what you have already or are you looking to buy a new product out of those 3? If you have them already id probably choose BH cleanser polish for best filling/hiding swirls.
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Old 20-06-2018, 09:58 AM   #4
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Nope just looking to buy
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Old 20-06-2018, 10:07 AM   #5
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I cannot comment on the BH. I'm sure its effective.

If you want to try a trade quality product that you can use before and after you DA the car, look on a "popular on line auction site" and search for Autosmart Topaz 1 litre.

I use this product and it is very effective at hiding marks, swirls and minor scratches but it also offers longer lasting protection than all in one products such as SRP.

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Old 20-06-2018, 12:38 PM   #6
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If your using a DA to apply, id seriously look at Britemax Virtue. it is a little more expensive but i have used this a few times and it really makes a huge difference to swirls and marks. For me it has blown any other swirl filling product out of the water. Even by hand it can make a big difference but by machine its seriously good.
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Done this BMW last year by hand with Tripple and a german applicator. Its a company car that never gets washed and claying it left it heavily marred, but it came up a treat.


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Old 20-06-2018, 06:34 PM   #8
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Re..SRP...I had some that turned watery.Autoglym replaced the product...excellent customer service I thought.Unfortunately that bottle has also turned into something that looks like sour milk...no amount of shaking makes any difference.
Personally I would choose one of the other two.



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Tripple is hassle free in that it does not leave any smearing behind when wiping it off which I find Cleanser Polish can. I have soft gloss black paint so based on using CP on a metallic blue3 series I would suggest you try that as it’s slightly more aggressive than Tripple and BMW paint is worlds away from soft. you will need to work it in longer than Tripple to see the benefits. I have yet to use CP by machine as since getting a das6 pro it’s roasting sun or pelting rain
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Tripple is hassle free in that it does not leave any smearing behind when wiping it off which I find Cleanser Polish can. I have soft gloss black paint so based on using CP on a metallic blue3 series I would suggest you try that as it’s slightly more aggressive than Tripple and BMW paint is worlds away from soft. you will need to work it in longer than Tripple to see the benefits. I have yet to use CP by machine as since getting a das6 pro it’s roasting sun or pelting rain
If it's smearing I would say possibly let it cure a bit longer, around 8-10 mins. It should dry fully to a haze then come off effortlessly.

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