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Old 24-06-2018, 04:40 PM   #11
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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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Left for 25mins and still had it happen and I put it on very thin. Same procedure with Megs paint cleaner or Tripple and zero issues. Damp cloth sorts eventually but with soft paint additional buffing risks marking the paint when working outside.

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Cleanser polish is brilliant stuff. Used it the other day on the daughters new to her car by hand as my Da packed up. Used it on a Farecla white hand pad with a two to three passes and medium pressure.

Difficult to pick up on the picture but there was a clear difference when I was doing it in the sun.

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Left for 25mins and still had it happen and I put it on very thin. Same procedure with Megs paint cleaner or Tripple and zero issues. Damp cloth sorts eventually but with soft paint additional buffing risks marking the paint when working outside.
25 minutes seems a little too long. Try leaving it 8-10 mins then remove, hopefully helps you out but it isn't something I have experienced myself.

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