- Dec 14, 2018
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If it's paint that's not been treated in a long time. My process is as follows:Can anyone recommend some kind of finisher?
Recently restored some panels on the car using G3 compounding polish which worked an absolute treat.
Only thing is i used standard turtle wax polish after, and it left every little paint ship showing up white and very visible, especially days after.
lol! We can be brothers if you likeIf it's paint that's not been treated in a long time. My process is as follows:
Meguires Ultimate Compound
Auto Glym Super Resin
I find I get pretty good results, usually like glass after the above.
Nice name btw, my name's Connor and my surnames initial is H maybe we're the same person.
Brothers with he same name, how twee lol.lol! We can be brothers if you like
Interesting you use the super resin before wax and after compounding polish, thats an extra step i didnt do myself. Plus my wax dried in all the little chips and scratches and made them show up terribly. Would you recommend something like the super resin to stop that happening? Or is that a Tcut scratch remover job first? Generally my paintwork is fine minus said chips and usual scratches.
I've never had a car im proud of until now so im cutting my teeth with detailing right here right now lol
Green Hexligic pads and Scholl s20 polish.Got a new Leon arriving in the next few weeks and looking to get the right kit in place to give it a single stage polish before sealants, anyone got any recommendations as to what DA pads and compounds are effective on VW group paints - currently have a BMW which are known for incredibly hard clear coats so my current polish collection is quite abrasive.