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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Thanks for the replies, fellas.Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    I have One but haven't used it yet. How do you think it will fair on 2014 Honda paint with a Uro MF pad as a one step?

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Hella JDM View Post
    I have One but haven't used it yet. How do you think it will fair on 2014 Honda paint with a Uro MF pad as a one step?
    I might try a very light cutting pad or foam polishing pad. It cuts very good, and with your Honda paint, I would not start too aggressive. Test spot first! I remove One with alcohol glass cleaner or Gyeon prep. Works great!

    On my 968 Porsche, medium paint, I use One with light pad, use glass cleaner to remove, and then polish with Polish Angel master sealant and top with Polish Angel High Gloss. WOW.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Hella JDM View Post
    I have One but haven't used it yet. How do you think it will fair on 2014 Honda paint with a Uro MF pad as a one step?
    I used 3d One with Lake Country Force Hybrid Orange Pad on a 2015 Honda CRV-EX.





    I did put on a coat of wax after the 3D One though.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Oz_TCH View Post
    I used 3d One with Lake Country Force Hybrid Orange Pad on a 2015 Honda CRV-EX.



    Looks great!

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by rangerbay View Post
    I might try a very light cutting pad or foam polishing pad. It cuts very good, and with your Honda paint, I would not start too aggressive. Test spot first! I remove One with alcohol glass cleaner or Gyeon prep. Works great!

    On my 968 Porsche, medium paint, I use One with light pad, use glass cleaner to remove, and then polish with Polish Angel master sealant and top with Polish Angel High Gloss. WOW.
    Rupes yellow might pair well with it then...

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by Hella JDM View Post
    Rupes yellow might pair well with it then...
    Agree.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    So, I got my 3D ONE and I purchased a Griots Garage 6 Random Orbital Polisher at the same time. I figure I will use the PC 7424 with the 3" backing plate for the tight areas and the GG6 for the majority of the car. The GG6 came with a 6" backing plate, but I bought the 5" backing plate too. My question is regarding which pads (really size and brand) to pair with my car. I have a 3 month old 2018 Audi Q5, so I assume it has hard paint. It does not have many issues, just some random light scratches from the dealer washes (which were done prior to my buying the car). I am looking at the Buff and Shine MF Pads 6.5", the 3D 6.5" Black Spider Pads and the GG 5.5" BOSS Foam and MF Pads. Any suggestions would be welcome and if you would recommend pads that are not on my radar that is great too. Oh, I am kind of wondering how many pads to get as well. I would prefer to have enough pads to not have to clean and re-use any pads in the process. I would clean all of the pads after the job. Thank you very much in advance for your suggestions.

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