Originally Posted by Alex22
First of all look:
That's a pretty good photo of the surface defects!
As several members have pointed out, least aggressive first then more aggressive if necessary...The reason for this is multilayered...
- Remove as little finish as possible
- Remove not add surface defects
- Less work, less time spent
- Reduced cost
Test spots are really important and using tape as a dividing line helps you gauge the effectiveness of your pad and product combination.
Don't be afraid to experiment, this is the way we all learn and continue to learn.
Once the finish is washed and clayed mask off two sections. Use Meguiar's M105 and an Orange pad on one and Meguiar's M205 and a White pad on the other.
Perform the same number of passes, clean the areas by spraying each section with some waterless wash and wipe with a microfiber towel. Evaluate your work and let your conclusion dictate the next steps.