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Old 18-07-2014, 11:20 AM   #1
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Best glaze by dual action polisher

Hi i have bit the bullet and purchased this to use,i just want to know a good filling glaze not got the confidence to use a compound.One of my friends say dodo juice lime prime is very good,another one said chemical guys ez creme glaze is brilliant and another one swears by autobrite extreme glaze.The car is a dark blue/abyss blue peugeot 308 and it is quite badly swirled for a 2 year old car.Sorry i dont have any pics.It is my girlfriends best mates car
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Prima Amigo.

If you want an oily, old school glaze, then Meg's #7.
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Prima Amigo.

If you want an oily, old school glaze, then Meg's #7.
As above, but also look at Red Moose Glaze
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Old 18-07-2014, 11:37 AM   #4
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As above, but also look at Red Moose Glaze
Also as above, but also look at Britemax Black Max - ultra fine polishing glaze.

Works great with a Lake Country CCS Black pad.

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Thanks.This is the polishing machine and pads i have

http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/polish.../prod_721.html
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Old 18-07-2014, 09:47 PM   #6
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Why not try the Menzerna polishes, both are quite mild? Products like the Prima are really nice but on a heavily swirled car they will have a limited effect.

I really would be tempted to try and at least reduce the paint defects before using a glaze. Don't overlook SRP, it is still a really good AIO and very easy to buy
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+1 CG EZ Crème Acrylic Glaze

Performs great as a stand alone (fills) and will last much longer than a traditional body shop glaze like 3M Imperial Hand Glaze.

I get great results applying it with a DA prior to application of sealants (NOT coatings).

It has a fair amount of cleaners and preps the surface very well.

Topping with sealant gives it the longevity of, well...the sealant that is on top of it.

In my case I get 6 months out of EZ topped with Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant
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Prima Amigo.

If you want an oily, old school glaze, then Meg's #7.
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As above, but also look at Red Moose Glaze
+1 these two guys!
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Thanks for the replies i may use the Menzerna Power Finish followed by Menzerna Final Finish.On a slow speed
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Thanks for the replies i may use the Menzerna Power Finish followed by Menzerna Final Finish.On a slow speed
Not too slow or you wont break down the polish. I would start with the finishing polish and then see if you need something stronger
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