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Old 02-02-2018, 10:25 AM   #1
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Which out of these polishes for blue Subaru paint?

I want to polish my car today and have the following to hand.. Scholl S3, Scholl S17+, Menzerna Power Finish and Menzerna Super Finish. Which of these would be best for me to use?

Im just looking to do a 1 step correction to the best of my ability - Ive only polished one car so am no expert by any stretch of the imagination but if I can correct it as best I can for the time being, Ill be happy.

Pads, Ive got a Scholl blue and a yellow pad and 2 hex pads which are yellow and white, the hex pads have seen better days lol. Any pointers on which pad would be greatly appreciated too!
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Old 02-02-2018, 10:41 AM   #2
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This is almost an impossible question to answer.

You start with the least aggressive combination of pad and polish and work up until you find one that works best for YOU and the paint.

Getting the best out of the pad and polish also depends greatly on your technique so again there is no silver bullet it's a matter of testing and seeing what is best for you on the day.
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I thought that might be the answer I got lol. The paint is pretty heavily swirled so I can't see the super finish working on it. With the Scholl stuff, I can't remember which is the more aggressive or whether its advisable to use on my paint at all as it might be too aggressive?

Ill probably go with my gut and use the Menzerna Super Finish
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