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Old 25-06-2018, 11:09 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by riskypicker View Post
Its been written recently that SRP actually contains no abrasives. Just a cleaner and a resin filler.

It'll have a positive effect on your paint for sure, and i do use it still as a cleanser/glaze, but it wont do the same job as the S20, which i also use, in terms of physical correction.
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As has been said, SRP does not contain any abrasives as confirmed by Autoglym.. Lots of cleaning and fillers in there though. I suppose the name Super resin 'polish' is misleading?

SRP does contain abrasives. It has abrasives and fillers. it removes what it cam and fills what it can't. It isn't a super aggressive abrasive, it is at the more gentle end, but it does contain abrasives.

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Thanks, that's good to know. Given that it has light abrasives and fillers, what pad should I use on my DAS-6 Pro to apply it? Would a White Hex Logic polishing pad be too firm or should I go with a black one? Should it be lightly applied at speed 1 and left as a haze, or should it be worked longer like a normal polish at speed 3 for example?
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Old 03-07-2018, 03:13 PM   #23
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I used Tripple and Collinte last week and was very happy with the results so thank you to everyone that posted.

Used a white pad, speed 1 to spread, speed 2 to polish and back to 1 for a finish as per the AF guide. Will sort out some pictures soon.

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Old 03-07-2018, 05:01 PM   #24
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I stand corrected. Thanks for clearing up all the hear say.
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Old 04-07-2018, 01:22 AM   #25
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i used af tripple by hand on my black metallic seat ibiza and it muted the flake slightly and topped off with a wax

i will be using s20 black by hand with the scholl hand pad on my bmw black metallic as directed by polished bliss which should have more cut than meguiars ultimate compound.
yeh i know it wont remove much but should be ok as i will use a glaze on top and then a wax
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