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Hi guys, after a little practicing on the missus car (which is being traded in) i'm now looking to do some correction work by hand on my Focus. It was diamonbrited 6 months ago when i got it, but now i know better it needs to come off so i can do things 'properly'.
Any guaranteed ways of removing it easily?

thanks in advance. :)
 

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Hi guys, after a little practicing on the missus car (which is being traded in) i'm now looking to do some correction work by hand on my Focus. It was diamonbrited 6 months ago when i got it, but now i know better it needs to come off so i can do things 'properly'.
Any guaranteed ways of removing it easily?

thanks in advance. :)
The polishing you are going to do will remove it so no need to try and remove it beforehand.
 

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Any good Polish would remove it I would have thought.

Even c1 is removed when polished and I don't think there is a stronger coating than that.

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Any good Polish would remove it I would have thought.

Even c1 is removed when polished and I don't think there is a stronger coating than that.

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it depends what you consider as stronger personally i might consider OptiCoat 2.0 as stronger but they are like chalk and cheese in real chemical make up
 
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