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    Re: What would you suggest for these faded B pillars?

    And if you are using a machine don't plan to use the pads on anything nice in the future. If they are not the shiny piano black pillars they are usually not clearcoated, so the polishing with make the pads black.

    I have always used a finishing polish, and whatever pad I didn't mind trashing - usually a fine cut pad, but have used medium pads when they very bad.

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    Re: What would you suggest for these faded B pillars?

    Honestly, just re-wrap them. It's easy and the material is cheap.

    I keep some like it in my cabinet as I do PPF and wraps like this on small items such as mirrors, lights and pillars as part of my offering. I parter with a local business for the full deal. However with 1-2 customers taking me up on it, I made it an option for most anyone as a differentiator in the marketplace.

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    Re: What would you suggest for these faded B pillars?

    I would just wrap them again, they look damaged enough that attempting to fix is not worth the time.
    Bruno Soares


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    Re: What would you suggest for these faded B pillars?

    3m Perfect-It worked really well. I tried M66 on the other side and the results were the same, so I am happy with the results.
    Did a panel with the M66 on this black Subaru and it worked great.
    Ordered some BF AIO and I will be anxious to see how it compares to the M66. Will arrive here on Thursday so I will not do anything until then - it will be hard but I will busy myself with other projects.

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