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This is a discussion on hazing within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; what is the best way to get rid of hazing caused by a buffer????...

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    what is the best way to get rid of hazing caused by a buffer????

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    I would go with a finer polish "and or " a finer polishing pad with the polish you're using now. Kind of a trial and error kind of thing somtimes.

    What are you using now ????
    I'm sure someone here can get you on track.......
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    Z-06 Goose helped me out with polishing tip. I polished the car earlier and it took a lot of the haze away. I love and hate black cars.....

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    What happened that it got a haze on it? Just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camaros710102 View Post
    what is the best way to get rid of hazing caused by a buffer????
    A buffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BREAKxNECKxSPEED View Post
    What happened that it got a haze on it? Just curious.
    Some polish compound designed to remove heavy swirls and scratches, tend to haze the paint a little bit. It's just the nature of some of those products
    Also, hazing can occur with just about any polish if they don't get properly broken down when applying it
    Some of the hazing are a bit hard to see, I normally follow up with a finer polish, or glaze to ensure optimum clarity

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    Micromarring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    Micromarring?
    micromarring happens whe you use a pad that is too aggresive. For example I have a yellow LCS pad, it's pretty aggresive, and when used, you need to follow up with an orange pad, and then a polishing pad to eliminate the micromarring left by the yellow pad. Same thing with wool cutting pads

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