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  1. ghosty
    12-06-2020 12:28 AM
    ghosty
    Hi Matt
    Sorry for the late reply, don't always log in!
    I use H9 with a chemicals guys yellow cutting pad (quite soft) with a DA polisher (flex)
    Depending the standard you want .. as a quick shine/scratch/haze removal its a good combo, you could go over after with some finer cut compound to get extra gloss!
    For the trade cars I do it works well.
    hope that helps
  2. MattBaigent
    07-06-2020 03:36 PM
    MattBaigent
    Hi, sorry to bother you in a weekend, I wrote a post regarding one step polishes and I was told you are a Koch chemie User and you use H9 as a one step?

    Iím just wondering about how you use it to get it to finish nicely?

    Iíve been using f6 with ok results but leaving slight hologramming behind.

    Thanks,

    Matt

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