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    Dg #105

    Still a good product? AIO correct. #601 is the bonding agent that can be used with it correct. Any other noteworthy AIO from their line that i should take note on?
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    Re: Dg #105

    Still a good product but I think their 501 is a better cleaner sealant.

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    Re: Dg #105

    I should be using 105 / 601 over the next week or two, maybe twice. First time. I’m excited.

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    Re: Dg #105

    501 is their other AIO. I believe the difference between 105 and 501 (someone correct me if I'm wrong), is that 501 has abrasives while 105 is non-abrasive.

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    Re: Dg #105

    Quote Originally Posted by SNP209 View Post
    501 is their other AIO. I believe the difference between 105 and 501 (someone correct me if I'm wrong), is that 501 has abrasives while 105 is non-abrasive.
    This has been much debated. The best answer I have been able to find is this quote from an older post on AG forum :

    "Thank you for your inquiry. All of these will give you the glossy look and durability you are looking for. The difference in the products is the amount of cleaning agents in each one. Part #111 has the least cleaner in it. This is used for new vehicles or ones that are kept polished regularly and do not need extra cleaning. The 105 and 501 has the most cleaners in them. 501 has a little more than 105. Depending on the condition of the surface, such as oxidation buildup, environmental conditions, etc. Either one of these would take care of these issues. The 601 Bonding agent will work with any of these and will help prolong the durability and protection of the polishes.



    Thank you and God Bless,

    Jerry, Technical Support"

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    Re: Dg #105

    Quote Originally Posted by 57Rambler View Post
    This has been much debated. The best answer I have been able to find is this quote from an older post on AG forum :

    "Thank you for your inquiry. All of these will give you the glossy look and durability you are looking for. The difference in the products is the amount of cleaning agents in each one. Part #111 has the least cleaner in it. This is used for new vehicles or ones that are kept polished regularly and do not need extra cleaning. The 105 and 501 has the most cleaners in them. 501 has a little more than 105. Depending on the condition of the surface, such as oxidation buildup, environmental conditions, etc. Either one of these would take care of these issues. The 601 Bonding agent will work with any of these and will help prolong the durability and protection of the polishes.



    Thank you and God Bless,

    Jerry, Technical Support"
    Thank you for shedding some light on the subject, I have always read conflicting reports on the matter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNP209 View Post
    Thank you for shedding some light on the subject, I have always read conflicting reports on the matter!
    Yeah, if Jerry doesn't know then we're all in trouble ...

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    Re: Dg #105

    Quote Originally Posted by SNP209 View Post
    501 is their other AIO.

    I believe the difference between 105 and 501
    (someone correct me if I'm wrong), is that
    501 has abrasives while 105 is non-abrasive.
    •As to DG #501 (or any other DG product, for
    that matter) I defer to AGO forum member
    richy and his expertise:
    -RE: all things Duragloss (Per his close working relationship with Jerry@DG)


    TO WIT:

    “There's a difference between correcting and
    cleaning. 501 is a very powerful cleaner, not
    so good at correcting. If you need correcting,
    use a polish or compound...”



    Bob
    "Be wary of the man who urges an action in which he himself incurs no risk."
    ~Joaquin de Setanti

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