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Old 01-05-2010, 01:29 PM   #21
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Re: 105 to finish

Ok, Im going to have to revisit that section, Thanks
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Old 01-05-2010, 02:40 PM   #22
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Re: 105 to finish

I have 3 more cars im going to have to do in the next few weeks .One of them is a 15yr old Bronco that looks like it has never been waxed so i think i will get alot of time to get it right. I understand that 105 dosent have as long of a working time as other products do and i have 4 orange pads to work with .So i will keep at it and see if there is any diffrance. 105 is doing a great job it is just really hard to work with from what i am used to. I am not a Detailer by trade i just keep my family and friends cars really clean and i am learning as i go . i did work at a paint shop yrs ago detailing the cars befor they were given back to the coustomers and have done some rotary work but that was another lifetime ago
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Old 01-06-2010, 01:49 PM   #23
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Re: 105 to finish

When I'm using the Meg's Twins, my 5.5" yellow pad normally looks like this and I get a good amount of work time and good cut.

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In this pic, the edges were a little dry. They were fixed after I saw the pic on my camera, but I can't find the other pic. This'll have to do.
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Ok so this is my gameplan start with 105 then 205 .

Can i finish with m03 or m82? they are the only finishing products i have on hand.
M205 is a finishing polish and I doubt you would see any improvement by following M205 with M03 or M82

M03 is completely non-abrasive, it's cut ability comes from your choice of pad and tool. It's a wetter version of M07 that's been around since at least the 1930's

M82 is a very light cleaner/polish similar to M09 and uses DAT instead of SMAT like M205

DAT = Diminishing Abrasive Technology
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Post WWII M03
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M205 is a finishing polish and I doubt you would see any improvement by following M205 with M03 or M82

M03 is completely non-abrasive, it's cut ability comes from your choice of pad and tool. It's a wetter version of M07 that's been around since at least the 1930's

M82 is a very light cleaner/polish similar to M09 and uses DAT instead of SMAT like M205

DAT = Diminishing Abrasive Technology
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Mike, that looks like from WW I
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Mike, that looks like from WW I
Mirror Bright would be pre WWII and Mirror Glaze would be post WWII


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