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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    Quote Originally Posted by etnops View Post
    Why not use a dedicated glaze, and then a wax on top?
    That would be my vote. Poorboys Black Hole or White Diamond would do the job very well depending on the color of the car and both will be a good base for a sealant. Prima Amigo is another good choice, but it doesn't fill as well as the Poorboys products do. I very long time ago I used 3M Imperial Hand Glaze, but have no memory of how well it filled. All I remember is it making my silver car look pretty good.
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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    Quote Originally Posted by etnops View Post
    Poorboy's Natty Blue seems to fill very nicely...as does 3M Perfect-It Show Car Wax.

    I'd go with Poorboy's though. MUCH easier to apply and remove.


    Why not use a dedicated glaze, and then a wax on top?
    Just used Mequiar's Speed Glaze and topped it with Coll 876 x 2 with not much( minor) of a filling effect.

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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    Poorboy's Black Hole or White Diamond glaze first. Apply glaze, and allow to haze. Then go right in with Natty's Blue wax, right over the hazed glaze. Allow the whole thing to haze up (again), and buff off. This combo does quite the job on filling imperfections.

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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    Apply the glaze by PC or hand?

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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    I've really considered trying the Poorboys Black Hole. Our Dodge is graphite metallic in color and I polished it last summer. Then in the winter we took it a few times to a hand car wash place (when it was super cold) and they put some minor marring in it. I really don't want to polish it all over again and would rather fill and protect.

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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    Flitz Waxx Speed Wax

    "It fills in fine hairline scratches and
    minor swirls in just one step."



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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    Applied via machine will give more even coverage, and really work the glaze into the swirls/scratches. Personally, have used a red pad and 3" polisher with great results.
    Here's a Grand National I did a few months ago with Black Hole and Natty's Blue. Came out great, with the above application method.
    There were some swirls that weren't filled/covered...but still looked killer.







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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    Quote Originally Posted by bcgreen View Post
    Have you tried Turtle wax as a comparison?
    No. But I have quite a few waxes and this is the most filling IME. It's designed to fill but with that said, it only last 46-60 days as per the labeled instructions.
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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    [QUOTE=etnops;1510013]Applied via machine will give more even coverage, and really work the glaze into the swirls/scratches. Personally, have used a red pad and 3" polisher with great results.
    Here's a Grand National I did a few months ago with Black Hole and Natty's Blue. Came out great, with the above application method.
    There were some swirls that weren't filled/covered...but still looked killer.


    If I am using a machine to apply the glaze, aren't I polishing? The paint is very thin and I don't want to get down to the primer, so this is the reason for looking for a product that will fill.

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    Re: Wax with the most filler?

    [QUOTE=bcgreen;1510056]
    Quote Originally Posted by etnops View Post
    Applied via machine will give more even coverage, and really work the glaze into the swirls/scratches. Personally, have used a red pad and 3" polisher with great results.
    Here's a Grand National I did a few months ago with Black Hole and Natty's Blue. Came out great, with the above application method.
    There were some swirls that weren't filled/covered...but still looked killer.
    Quote Originally Posted by etnops View Post

    If I am using a machine to apply the glaze, aren't I polishing? The paint is very thin and I don't want to get down to the primer, so this is the reason for looking for a product that will fill.
    No.

    Applying a non-abrasive is not "polishing".
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