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Old 04-10-2017, 08:40 AM   #1
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BH cleanser polish bottke

Just got a bottle of this stuff,deep cleans paint very well.

However I've got to say the bottle is no use whatsoever for machine application.

Metal bottle with a screw top lid?

I'm guessing you all decant it into something more suitable?
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Old 04-10-2017, 08:52 AM   #2
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Just got a bottle of this stuff,deep cleans paint very well.

However I've got to say the bottle is no use whatsoever for machine application.

Metal bottle with a screw top lid?

I'm guessing you all decant it into something more suitable?
I haven't used mine yet but I got some delivered earlier this week from Polished Bliss and it came with a spray head.

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Sorry just realised you are talking about the cleanser polish, I have Cleanser Fluid. Still surprised it didn't come with a spray head though.
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Old 04-10-2017, 08:55 AM   #3
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Just got a bottle of this stuff,deep cleans paint very well.

However I've got to say the bottle is no use whatsoever for machine application.

Metal bottle with a screw top lid?

I'm guessing you all decant it into something more suitable?
Mine came the same...Just decant it.....
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get a sauce like dispensing bottle and jobs a good un

p.s what pad you combined it with for machine use?
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Old 04-10-2017, 10:07 AM   #5
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I haven't used mine yet but I got some delivered earlier this week from Polished Bliss and it came with a spray head.

Sent from my F3311 using Tapatalk

Sorry just realised you are talking about the cleanser polish, I have Cleanser Fluid. Still surprised it didn't come with a spray head though.
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get a sauce like dispensing bottle and jobs a good un

p.s what pad you combined it with for machine use?
I use it with a chemical guys quantamn white polishing pad- don't expect miracles with it though, It is ok for a quick polish

http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acata...ser-cat25.html

this is what I use for decanting into
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I use it with a chemical guys quantamn white polishing pad- don't expect miracles with it though, It is ok for a quick polish

http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acata...ser-cat25.html

this is what I use for decanting into
that's what I was thinking, cheers euge
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I use it with a chemical guys quantamn white polishing pad- don't expect miracles with it though, It is ok for a quick polish

http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acata...ser-cat25.html

this is what I use for decanting into
I think Cleanser Polish can do wonders for neglected paintwork, but you don't tend to get too much of that on here
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Old 04-10-2017, 01:16 PM   #8
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I think Cleanser Polish can do wonders for neglected paintwork, but you don't tend to get too much of that on here
Hmm, It wouldn't even come to my mind for neglected paintwork, I would be straight in with my sonax/scholl/rupes polishes

To me the BH Cleanser Polish is more suited to replace the likes of AG super resin for quick jobs

not knocking it, just not one id have considered for a bigger job
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Hmm, It wouldn't even come to my mind for neglected paintwork, I would be straight in with my sonax/scholl/rupes polishes

To me the BH Cleanser Polish is more suited to replace the likes of AG super resin for quick jobs

not knocking it, just not one id have considered for a bigger job
If you were considering anything other than full correction, all in one type products like AF tripple, SRP, and cleanser polish are very good at deep cleaning the paint whilst removing light marks and leaving good gloss. The fact they leave a little protection in my opinion isn't really that relavant as you now have a half decent finish for laying down proper protection.
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get a sauce like dispensing bottle and jobs a good un

p.s what pad you combined it with for machine use?
I used an orange Scholl polishing pad with it.

It cleans very well but it's defo not on a finishing polish level for gloss
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