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Thread: Menzerna Chart

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    Menzerna Quick Reference -- Polishes



    Menzerna PowerGloss Compound S34A- capable of removing 1000 grit sanding scratches, swirls, and oxidation with minimal loss of surface gloss. Also available in a gallon.

    Menzerna Super Intensive Polish PO 83Q- removes 2000 grit sanding scratches, swirls, and other imperfections on scratch-resistant, ceramic clear coats and all other paint systems. Finishes with no haze on light colored paints.

    Menzerna Intensive Polish PO 91E- a concentrated one-step polish that removes 2000 grit sanding scratches on fresh OEM and repair paint systems. Works like a compound but finishes like a polish. Also available in a gallon.

    Menzerna Final Polish PO 85U- a high concentrate polish that removes 2500 grit sanding scratches and burnishes the paint to a brilliant gloss.

    Menzerna Micro Polish -PO 87MC uses a finely milled abrasive powder to eliminate haze, very light swirls, and holograms on all types of paint. Use as a finishing polish or a prewax polish.

    Menzerna Nano Polish PO 106 (Ceramiclear)- repair 2500 grit sanding scratches, haze, and swirls on scratch-resistant clear coats and all other types of paint with this ultra fine abrasive polish. Also available in a gallon.

    Menzerna Finishing GlazePO 115C - adds a deeper, wetter gloss to the paint while hiding minor imperfections with micro fine fillers. Contains no wax.
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    Thanks for the cheatsheet. :D Can you add the abreviated name/numbers that everyone uses for each product?
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    Thanks Scott! If anyone hadn't noticed yet, Menzerna products can be confusing!!!

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    I'm looking forward to trying some of the Menzerna products out.

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    Wonder if a sealant will bond to this Finishing Glaze.
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    Will nano polish (106FF) do any correction with a polishing pad ( say LC green or white) on a non-ceramic clear? If so how much?

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    Question Final polish 11

    I just received my polish order from another site. Sorry AG I should have waited. Just wanted to know is what is the diff between final finish 1 and 2? Also I am doing my first detail this sat. I have the final poish 2 and their glaze. I am also waitig for the intensive polish. So in the meantime I ordered the advance swirl remover from pinnacle and orage ccs pads. I am doin a 02 explorer with swirls. I plan on using the pin with the orange pad and then the final polsh 2 with the green pad. How does that sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2KLS1
    Will nano polish (106FF) do any correction with a polishing pad ( say LC green or white) on a non-ceramic clear? If so how much?
    From what I have been reading (somone correct me if I am wrong) but the ceramic polish is almost too much for regular clear. Menzerna makes non ceramic clear polish, but the 106ff is more for the European cars.
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    i am sorry - i still do not understand the differences. can you elaborate, scott? for exampe, what d yu mean by 2500 grit scratcges? excuse my iugnirance, but this is hiw i learn. i know the nano 106 was recommended for the vette - that is accurate, right?
    and what do the letters stand for?
    anyone?
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