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    A good scratch removing polish!

    After jsut buying my 306, it needs a bloody good polishing as it is covered in swirls and wash scratches if you know what i mean!

    I bought a machine polisher from cleanyour.co.uk earlier this year and we used the stage one polish (most aggresive, sonus) on my dads BMW Z3 boot and we were really dissapointed with it, it didnt have much cuttin agent and autoglym seemed to work better!

    Therefore i need something which is going to do the job and work with my DAS orbital polisher!

    Any recommendations?
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    3M Fast Cut Plus and if it's a dark car then 3M Ultrafina over the top to take away the holograms.
    MINXY BUTLER-HENDERSON

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    Cheers laura. Its a cherry red car! Will that be alrite, as im a bit of a beginner when it comes to machine polishing!
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    Yep, Gaz used to use both those products on his VXR so you should be absolutely fine. Fast Cut Plus is your compound (no fillers in it) and then the Ultrafina is very greasy so you dont need loads of it, put it on a nice soft polishing head and just run it over the top like a finishing glaze.
    MINXY BUTLER-HENDERSON

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