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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    I too would like to know which of these match to M105 and M205.

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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes1 View Post
    In the video posted by the OP, which I have seen on the GG site before, it mentions the sealant can be used as an AIO, has anyone here done so? What are your thoughts? Which pads did you use? When I use up the last of my GG Polyglow I want to try the sealant and the idea it can be used as a AIO intrigues me.
    Boss Finishing Sealant IS actually an AIO and NOT a finishing sealant. Not sure why they called it that. I've used it on multiple occasions. IME the protection isn't durable and it isn't as easy to remove as HD Speed or BF 1-step. Little more oily. Not as bad as Menzerna 3n1. It does finish down incredibly well, smells amazing, and spreads across the panel great. That said I wouldn't recommended it as an LSP or an AIO.

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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    Pretty much all I use these days. If I'm not using GG's I'm using 105/205 or 110/210.


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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    Quote Originally Posted by mwoywod View Post
    Boss Finishing Sealant IS actually an AIO and NOT a finishing sealant. Not sure why they called it that. I've used it on multiple occasions. IME the protection isn't durable and it isn't as easy to remove as HD Speed or BF 1-step. Little more oily. Not as bad as Menzerna 3n1. It does finish down incredibly well, smells amazing, and spreads across the panel great. That said I wouldn't recommended it as an LSP or an AIO.

    My experience with it exactly. I found it fairly difficult to remove, and it didn't give anywhere near the gloss and slickness as HD Speed, or anywhere near the durability of McKees 360.

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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    I haven't used M105 or M205 but I would guess they match like this:

    M105 - Fast Correcting Cream
    M205 - Perfecting Cream

    The Boss creams have basically no dust and I've heard Meguiar's does does a bit so that's an advantage. I'm not sure how to compare further as I haven't used the Meguiar's polishes.

    I've heard multiple people say only the Fast Correcting Cream and Correcting Cream are really good, the other 2 not in the same level. I've only used FCC and CC and both are amazing. For finishing my current favorite is CarPro Essence.
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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    Quote Originally Posted by BSoares View Post
    I haven't used M105 or M205 but I would guess they match like this:

    M105 - Fast Correcting Cream
    M205 - Perfecting Cream

    The Boss creams have basically no dust and I've heard Meguiar's does does a bit so that's an advantage. I'm not sure how to compare further as I haven't used the Meguiar's polishes.

    I've heard multiple people say only the Fast Correcting Cream and Correcting Cream are really good, the other 2 not in the same level. I've only used FCC and CC and both are amazing. For finishing my current favorite is CarPro Essence.
    That's exactly how they match up. I started out with M105/M205 when they first came out and as of today, there's no reason to still use M105. M205 has enough cut and finishes well enough to be one of the best one step polishes out there. It's the only Megs polish I still use, everything else I use is in the BOSS line.

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    Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    I love FCC and CC. Havenít been impressed with FC on softer black paint. FS is a dud.


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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    I love FCC and CC. Haven’t been impressed with FC on softer black paint. FS is a dud.


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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    total newbie here. I have on hand some Fast Correcting Cream, Perfecting Creme and a bottle of Finishing Sealant on the way.

    so if you had to pick another finishing sealant what would you choose?

    vehicle stays outside 24/7 not far from the Gulf of Mexico and it's white.

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    Re: Griot's Garage BOSS Creams: Explained

    I like all of the Boss products and primarily use them. HD Speed is nice but in my opinion doesn’t last.

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