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Old 13-09-2017, 09:24 AM   #1
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Best swirl filling lsp?

Auto balm? Or is there better out there
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Old 13-09-2017, 09:56 AM   #2
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Essence has the capacity to fill and gives some decent amount of protection
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Infinity wax dark wax and light wax both have filling properties
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Old 13-09-2017, 10:10 AM   #4
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Soft99 Scratch Clear is pretty impressive, slap it on and buff it off. Job done.
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Soft99 Scratch Clear is pretty impressive, slap it on and buff it off. Job done.
Is it as good as the Youtube advert suggests and how long does it generally last before a follow up application is required?

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Bilt Hamber Cleanser Polish + Double Speed-Wax (2 coats) - fills well and an easy 4-5 months durability.
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Old 13-09-2017, 10:35 AM   #7
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Certainly does a very good job filling the swirls. Can't really comment on durability, I used it on my ATR as a quick fix before a meet and the ATR sits in the garage looking pretty most of time these days. It has been topped off with BSDV7 since anyway.
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Old 13-09-2017, 11:33 AM   #8
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personally I found KKD ReGLOSS filled best, the new AutoGlanz offering looks good from a video they did on FB though!

edit: sorry I didn't see it needed to be LSP ReGLOSS isn't bad on it's own although I wouldn't use that as my LSP, I know soft99 fusso coat has some filling properties to it

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If its an LSP you are after then glare would be the only way. there are lots of glazes that work but they aren't LSP's.

Soft 99 do some pretty good paste products that both polish and fill together which are worth a look at if you are doing by hand
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If its an LSP you are after then glare would be the only way. there are lots of glazes that work but they aren't LSP's.

Soft 99 do some pretty good paste products that both polish and fill together which are worth a look at if you are doing by hand
Totally agree with this, Glare is pretty awesome as a semi-permanent (i still love the oxymoron) and is now my go to solution to the inevitable swirls that appear on soft paint. It was Matt's recommendation that got me into Glare. It is a two or three (or 4 if you want to!) step process that takes a little time, but the results are awesome.

For me the Soft99 Scratch Clear Wax offers a quick fix though, it literally is a case of applying quite generously with a m/f cloth and then buffing it off.
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