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Old 30-05-2018, 10:46 PM   #11
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A very mild combination would be Scholl S40 polish. As for the pad, Hex Logic White is a light cutting pad. However you'll probably be there all day! I'd look at Scholl S17 with Hex Logic Green pad for heavier cutting and S30 with Hex Logic White pad to refine if needed. Scholl use diminishing abrasives, meaning you need to work them long enough. Research their products.
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Britemax Blackmax. Finishing polish which gives fantastic gloss and is an absolute breeze to use and remove. Use this on a finishing and light cutting pad.

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What year is your car?
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Old 03-06-2018, 05:58 PM   #14
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What year is your car?

I have two cars, a 2017 MB and a 2015 Porsche.

I decided to play safe and just use a filler. I got a DAP for my birthday and used Poor Boys blackhole on the MB with really good results.

I have Poor Boys diamond white and will use that on the Porsche in the next few months.

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I have two cars, a 2017 MB and a 2015 Porsche.

I decided to play safe and just use a filler. I got a DAP for my birthday and used Poor Boys blackhole on the MB with really good results.

I have Poor Boys diamond white and will use that on the Porsche in the next few months.

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Make sure you lock in the filler using a high end Wax or Sealant or it won't last very long! Once it wears out, give Scholl S30 a try! It's low cut and will remove light swirl marks permanently.
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Make sure you lock in the filler using a high end Wax or Sealant or it won't last very long! Once it wears out, give Scholl S30 a try! It's low cut and will remove light swirl marks permanently.

Thanks. Yes, that is the problem with fillers. I put some BH DSW on after and it came up a treat

I'm building up my confidence to using something with some cut in it.

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Old 10-06-2018, 04:42 PM   #17
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Scholl S40 has some cut. It's so light that it didn't even touch most of my swirls. It really is super fine. Find a panel from a scrap yard and practice.
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Old 13-06-2018, 10:21 PM   #18
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Soft99, who make the highly popular Fusso Wax, also make a product called Clear Scratch Wax. Look into it. The results for many are remarkable in relation to swirl and scratch filling capabilities.
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Grab some meguars 205 Finish polish and any polishing pad (Rupes yellow or shine mate polishing pad) and go to town on it. Unless your holding the DA at speed 6 over an edge for 10 minutes then you have zero chance of doing any damage. Just stick to the basic arm movements and speed 4-5 and you will be fine and more importantly very happy with the permanent results.
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