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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Quote Originally Posted by weekend warrior View Post

    Hi Mike I applied BF one step one time about 2 months ago....my machine....and I am happy using....


    can I use it like every 2 months

    For sure. Just use a foam "polishing" pad.

    There shouldn't be any reason to have to get aggressive.



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    Thanks Mike....

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    Re: Review: BLACKFIRE One-Step Cleaner/Wax by Mike Phillips

    Read thru alot of this post. I used to be a HD speed fan. I loved the feel of the vehicle although it's look was somewhat plastic like. Obviously doesn't last long but it's a quick product to apply. Then I got hooked on the McKee's 360 toped with their paint sealant. Pretty awesome combo there. Longer lasting that the speed and definitely removed more defects than the Speed. I was in the market for a new buffer as I only had a 20yr old porter cable that I run small pads on and a HF D/A polisher that is ok (got it as a gift) but wasn't quite up to the level I wanted. Ended up getting the Griots G9 Blackfire One step kit. I just really wanted the micro fibers and pads for the buffer. But I have two cars that are both white daily drivers so I'm thinking the Blackfire might just get some use. My mom just got a Tesla model y in white and took it across the state for a trip without any real protection on it. I'm figuring the blackfire should have enough bite to clear it all up, just a mere 1000 miles on the car so far. I might top it with beadmaker or maybe some Adams spray graphene just to add a little more pop.

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