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Old 07-05-2018, 09:30 AM   #1
IDreamofGloss
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Cleanser polish technique

Just purchase a 3 try old XC60 for my gf, paint is pretty good, dark grey metallic with few swirls.

However bonnet in particular feels rough so intended to clay but noted the advice in all the posts here is to machine polish afterwards because the claying will marr the paintwork.

I've corrected a couple of other cars before (doing my one now) but this always takes a long time which I don't have. How do you machine polish in less than a couple of days for a decent size car?

Are there any other options to claying or is the cleanser polishing technique a lot quicker than when correcting (is more of a quick buff)?

Does a cleanser polish eg BH have to be broken down to work?
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