Im looking a stepping up from the consumer line of meguiars compound and polishes, as I am running out of them (finally) and have a pretty big detail lined up. I was checking out the chemical guys website, and found they have a great deal on their "CUT" line of polishes, however, the new "V' series of polishes is also on sale. The "cut" line up is at a far far more attractive price though. Anyone have experience with the "cut" lineup? I like how it is free of silicons and filling oils (unlike the megs "ultimate" lineup), but I dont want to waste money on it if it isnt so great. I am looking at buying all 3 grades (1.0, 1.5, and 2.0), since they are only $10 a bottle. Also, does anyone know if the "cut" line is approved for DA use, or if its just meant for rotary use? ANY advice on the "cut" or "V" lines of chemical guys polishes would be great!
also, for reference, I'll need something to aid in the removal of these 240 grit sanding marks, thanks to a not so great attempt the PO made to repair the paint (which involved dry sanding the paint, and rattle canning over it
you can kind of see what I mean here
there are also some holograms on the hood where the same PO decided to try and "correct" the hood using a headlight restoration kit
and to conclude the detailing nightmare this car is, the PO tried to paint the window moldings using some black paint and a standard paintbrush, leaving some nice blotches of back paint on the roof of the car. It would be great if the compound can aid in get those problems removed for me.
Any advice on fixing the aforementioned problems would be GREATLY appreciated, and Ill give you an internet high five if you can help me out!!!
Here's a pic of the entire car, in case anyone was curious- its a '93 LX with a modded 5.0. and no, its not the one mentioned in my signature.