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Hardcore paint work

This is a discussion on Hardcore paint work within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Megiurs is like rubbing your car with a turd compared to Menzerna....

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    Megiurs is like rubbing your car with a turd compared to Menzerna.

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    My Menzerna just came in today and I planning on trying it this weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by garver View Post
    My Menzerna just came in today and I planning on trying it this weekend
    Which one did you get, the SIP? if so, you'll love it
    Menzerna makes one of the best polishes in the world

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z06-Goose View Post
    Which one did you get, the SIP? if so, you'll love it
    Menzerna makes one of the best polishes in the world

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    ya I got the SIP and the Final polish

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    Quote Originally Posted by garver View Post
    ya I got the SIP and the Final polish
    If you are using the PC 7424 -may I suggest you try a Lake Country White pad for both SIP and the finishing polish. I tried a orange pad with SIP and it was way too agressive-and my paint was in bad shape. I will also suggest you prime your polishing pad with a few sprays of distilled H2O and keep a spray bottle of distilled H2o handy while polishing-about halfway through polishing a 2x2 square I spray 2-3 sprays on my polishing pad to extend the polishes working time and to reduce dust. Also- tape off all trim etc. and avoid getting these polishes in any cracks if possible. It is a bitch to get out of cracks and dries white but that is the only disadvantage of using this polish IMO.

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    I know I got some polish stuck in the door ding trim last time with my meguiars polish and it blew a big one to get out. My paint is still in good shape so Ill most likely end up using the final polish only I bought SIP for my Dads truck to use as a fathers day gift.

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    It doesnt have to be bad off to use the sip-only requirment is swirls, small scratches, oxidation etc. SIP is awsome. I use it and finish with Nano.

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