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Old 03-07-2018, 02:23 PM   #11
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Pretty sure Auto Glym have confirmed on this site that SRP has no abrasives. So any cut youre getting when using it, is purely from the pad?

Its a cleanser / filler / acrylic sealant
No, the opposite. They said it does contain abrasives.

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Old 03-07-2018, 02:35 PM   #12
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SRP does contain abrasives.

It is a cleanser (in this case defined as something that cleans and removes old polish, wax etc), it does contain fillers (anything that is not polished out with the abrasives is filled) however it is not an acrylic sealant (although that does sound cool)
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Thanks for that. Now I just need to figure out what pad should I use on my DAS-6 Pro to apply it. I'm thinking a White Hex Logic polishing pad, like a normal polish, and work it in at speed 2 or 3 perhaps.
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