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Old 02-10-2015, 09:06 AM   #21
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Ok i was under the impression it was a polish so im going to halfords today to get some micro fibres what polish do you guys recommend from there that will easily correct the issues but not too harsh that needs to be machined thanks
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Went over 3 times with megs uc today then followed with black hole then rainforest rub wax looked brill in the shade like a mirror really deep black reversed into sunlight n BAM covered in swirls and hollowgraming
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Looking like a full respray
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Looking like a full respray
When using Ultimate Compound, does the pad or cloth turn black?
Are you using something to wash or wipe down the panels after polishing?
Are you sure the paint was perfectly clean before polishing?
What are you using to apply the UC?
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Im using a foam pad on my aldi da polisher and no it is not turning black in the slightest. Im ocd at washing 2 bucket method and have clayed every panel before polishing. Im using microfibres to buff off
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Im using a foam pad on my aldi da polisher and no it is not turning black in the slightest. Im ocd at washing 2 bucket method and have clayed every panel before polishing. Im using microfibres to buff off
If you are not getting any paint on the pad then this would suggest the paint is not single stage.

I wonder how much of an influence the Aldi polisher is playing here, do you have any specs or details about this machine
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