Originally Posted by maximus20895
Yea, from 105 to 85RD is a wide spectrum of aggressiveness.
So how did you like using a spray? Was it weird at first? Is it the future!
After years of thinking of sprays as usually a quick detailer or a spray-on wax and polishes and compounds as something you squirt out of a bottle, it's a definitely a different approach.
Like a lot of technologies, this new technology is in its infancy so I know feedback will be important and appreciated by David and he's always been very receptive to my feedback.
One thing for sure, the idea of moisturizing or dampening the face of a buffing pad with liquid product makes good sense, that is having the entire face of your pad working for you right off the bat.
I found I didn't have to pull the spray handle 100% back but instead 2-3 half sprays of the spray handle seem to work best.
I've only buffed out one entire car using this product as my main correction product so I'm hoping to tackle some more projects into the future to get more experience with it.
It did work great on the paint on this Honda and standing 5 feet away this Honda looks like it has a brand new paint job.
I did the buff-out on this car last Thursday and took this shot this morning when I came to work...