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Old 20-08-2019, 06:31 PM   #11
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autoglym glass polish applied via a microfiber applicator and a bit of elbow greese sorted
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Old 21-08-2019, 06:49 AM   #12
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Cheers all. I have some older bottles of Megs Mirror Glaze polish compound being: Diamond Cut Compound 2.0 (heavy cut) and Speed Glaze (not as heavy cut).

Do you think these would work if i start with the least heavy cut one first?
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Cheers all. I have some older bottles of Megs Mirror Glaze polish compound being: Diamond Cut Compound 2.0 (heavy cut) and Speed Glaze (not as heavy cut).

Do you think these would work if i start with the least heavy cut one first?
They wont do it any harm so only one way to find out
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autoglym glass polish applied via a microfiber applicator and a bit of elbow greese sorted
You obviously didn't read the whole post and tried to turn this in to another 'i use this post'

The op has already tried what you suggested so not sorted! do you think I would have suggested DA otherwise
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AG glass polish is not the same as AG FG . one is a spray liquid and the other is a polish . the polish will sort it with out using a DA
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Old 21-08-2019, 11:38 PM   #17
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You obviously didn't read the whole post and tried to turn this in to another 'i use this post'

The op has already tried what you suggested so not sorted! do you think I would have suggested DA otherwise
He’s trying to help by suggesting a useful product that the OP hasn’t tried. Chill out buddy
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Another one for CarPro ceriglass, you don’t necessarily need a rayon pad, a small amount on a microfibre cloth will work on this type of problem.

Hope you get it sorted buddy and please update us with what worked
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