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Old 23-03-2017, 08:42 PM   #19
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Experimented with SRP several months back on an old car. I used a DA and cutting pad, just applied some pressure as Alan mentioned in his original post and this was the initial result after one hit.
There were some very deep scratches on this car which were reduced just in line with what Alan had tried to explain. They must have been reduced in depth otherwise SRP leaves all other glaze type products in the shade because this car had never seen any polishing since new in 2000. I know the gentleman at Forensic Detailing suggests it is mineral oil that may cut somewhat but I believe the pad has an effect and with a rotary it gets better. Anyway, that is my experience and this is what I would have put in the original thread. SRP is a top product.

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