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    3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    Which is easier to buff off?
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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    Which is easier to buff off?
    For me it's HD Speed. Like wiping off baby powder without the powder... lol

    Never could get 360 to work right

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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    Which is easier to buff off?
    I agree with everything Goonie said.
    HD Speed.




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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    I always loved hd speed but I switched to 360 for its longevity, I just finished using up about 50oz of it and I only ran into two problems wiping off, one was on a hood that was still pretty hot for the summer sun, the other was on a Honda, also I like the film is a lot thinner when wiping off 360. Both good aio, hd speed did outperform on single stage paint


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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    360 buffs out pretty effortlessly, hard to imagine anything being "easier" to buff out...with all the praise HD Speed receives in the forum, it sure has me wanting to try it out, however the common theme with Speed seems to be that the longevity of it just isn't there.

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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    I'm not too concerned with longevity. Clients are paying for an AIO, not a coating, or even a dedicated sealant. I'm more concerned with consistent ease of use.
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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    I was just thinking that maybe the OP didn't care about long geniti. They just asked about ease of removal. There are plenty of other things that last longer

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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    Speed is always a winner. I love BF One Step also. I use speed on darker cars. I like the look a bit better. Lighter cars, I like One Step. That being said Speed is easier to remove than 360. But only by a hair. I wouldn’t consider wipe off a deal breaker comparing the 2. In my area I have found 360 to be the least durable possibly due to the acid rain???
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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    I'm not too concerned with longevity. Clients are paying for an AIO, not a coating, or even a dedicated sealant. I'm more concerned with consistent ease of use.
    Please know that I have no vested interest in this product/company....
    I don’t know how it could get any easier. We use it in direct sunlight on 90+ degree days and it performs and removes effortlessly. We also leave it on overnight and over the weekend and comes off just as easy. If you want better longevity, the secret is to turn your buffer down to the lowest speed for the last pass and leave the residue on the surface until the end of your buffing session. It leaves a thicker residual buildup on the surface that makes a more uniform polymer bond.


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    Re: 3D/HD Speed vs. Mckee's 37 360....

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    Which is easier to buff off?
    I find 360 a breeze to buff off so long as you do enough passes for it to disappear. For clarification, it will never truly disappear but will become noticeably worked-in, making removal super easy. Honestly I find both so easy to remove but do find 360 is far more durable, and truly one of the few AIO’s that can be used just twice a year as a maintenance product.

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