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Old 01-10-2017, 08:24 PM   #11
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I bought M2 off the back of some Chongo reviews and pics he posted

Easily one of the best products I've bought in 2017
Once an initial compound has been done I find that M2 does an amazing job of refining.



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Is M2 not that good then? Was planing on getting it with H8

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It's very good it just depends on what paint you are working on

This paint was very fiddly and on the softest side, it removed all of the defects but just very slightly left a haze that you could only see with inspection lights but it's a very good finishing polish on hard paints.

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It's very good it just depends on what paint you are working on

This paint was very fiddly and on the softest side, it removed all of the defects but just very slightly left a haze that you could only see with inspection lights but it's a very good finishing polish on hard paints.
Are you not supposed with the KC process to do finish with blau/ grün or rosa (depending on the paint) to deal with the haze?

Lack-Polish blau P2.01 is a mild cut/high gloss; grün is next to no cut and high gloss or rosa is slightly less next to no cut and high gloss.

I really like these polishes and the hartwachs you are supposed to finish with. They work well as a unified system.

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Are you not supposed with the KC process to do finish with blau/ grün or rosa (depending on the paint) to deal with the haze?

Lack-Polish blau P2.01 is a mild cut/high gloss; grün is next to no cut and high gloss or rosa is slightly less next to no cut and high gloss.

I really like these polishes and the hartwachs you are supposed to finish with. They work well as a unified system.

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You can do but I used a different finishing polish which I know works for me all the time on all paints

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Are you not supposed with the KC process to do finish with blau/ grün or rosa (depending on the paint) to deal with the haze?

Lack-Polish blau P2.01 is a mild cut/high gloss; grün is next to no cut and high gloss or rosa is slightly less next to no cut and high gloss.

I really like these polishes and the hartwachs you are supposed to finish with. They work well as a unified system.

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Do any of those contain a lsp? Reading the description it's not clear, and I know p2 02 has
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And that would be?.....

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Do any of those contain a lsp? Reading the description it's not clear, and I know p2 02 has

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I think they all do but I don't know for sure. But all they claim longish term environmental protection for the paint.
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Are you not supposed with the KC process to do finish with blau/ grün or rosa (depending on the paint) to deal with the haze?

Lack-Polish blau P2.01 is a mild cut/high gloss; grün is next to no cut and high gloss or rosa is slightly less next to no cut and high gloss.

I really like these polishes and the hartwachs you are supposed to finish with. They work well as a unified system.

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I've never really bothered to read j to the blau/grun/rosa thing, but it's always interested me.

Is that correct then the cut/gloss levels you've stated here or are they your thoughts on It??





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Perfect finish was what I had in mind actually, we just will have to wait and see!

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I've never really bothered to read j to the blau/grun/rosa thing, but it's always interested me.

Is that correct then the cut/gloss levels you've stated here or are they your thoughts on It??






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The descriptions they give seem broadly right from my experience but the differences are negligible (I can't readily tell the difference on a scale of 1-10 what the difference between 2.0 and 2.3 of cutting power is). In any case, it will depend as much on the paint, the pad and speed you are using on your machine.

I tend to follow KC's guidance as they have a system going which seems to yield consistent results. So I've used them in the circumstances advised and they all give a very nice clean gloss.

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