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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Formerly the "Best Detailer", now just Super Wax Waster Man. Not necessarily tactful, but normally right. It`s good to be da King !!!
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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    According to this chart - http://www.autopiaforums.com/Todd-He...lish-chart.jpg

    Poorboy`s SSR1 is slightly less abrasive than Poorboy`s Polish with Carnauba. Would the SSR1 be ok to remove the AIO? I ask cause I like the idea of it being less abrasive plus the store has it on sale right now

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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Quote Originally Posted by MackCollier View Post
    According to this chart - http://www.autopiaforums.com/Todd-He...lish-chart.jpg

    Poorboy`s SSR1 is slightly less abrasive than Poorboy`s Polish with Carnauba. Would the SSR1 be ok to remove the AIO? I ask cause I like the idea of it being less abrasive plus the store has it on sale right now
    chart is wrong, but either will be fine
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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Haha touche

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    Not for one coat.........
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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Quote Originally Posted by MackCollier View Post
    Poorboy`s SSR1 is slightly less abrasive than Poorboy`s Polish with Carnauba. Would the SSR1 be ok to remove the AIO? I ask cause I like the idea of it being less abrasive plus the store has it on sale right now
    I like SSR1 But it does contain *light* abrasives, whereas Polish w/Carn does not contain abrasives.


    Quote Originally Posted by Poorboy View Post
    Professional Polish
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    all of these are non-abrasive and all are available at the Autopia store
    I`m still scratching my head on this. For ships and giggles, I went at some sanding marks with PP and a yellow BOSS pad. I was shocked. Still scratching my head.



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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    why are you shocked? and shaking your head

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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Poorboy View Post
    why are you shocked? and shaking your head

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    Because I just had a donut!

    Well, I was just curious to see how a NON-abrasive polish, coupled with a polishing pad (not compounding) would do against sanding marks. I mean, it`s not an aggressive combo like SSR3 and a heavy cut pad, so I wasn`t expecting *those* results! AND, on top of that, I think the sanding was done at either 1200 grit, or 1500.

    I was pleasantly surprised, to say the least
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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Poorboy View Post
    you got it !! and then reapply the Souveran as needed
    Another question: I`ve read some here and elsewhere that suggests that Natty`s Red paste enhances metal flakes in red paint, is that correct? I saw some people suggesting that Natty`s Blue muted their flakes, so I am more interested in the Red if it would enhance the flakes.

    Also, I assume I could layer Souveran and Natty`s Red as the topper?

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    MarkCollier- I dunno if you`d want to add Souveran to the mix if enhancing the metalflake is part of your goal. I wouldn`t top [some product] with [some other product] anyhow...I`d just use *one* product that does what I want.

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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    MarkCollier- I dunno if you`d want to add Souveran to the mix if enhancing the metalflake is part of your goal. I wouldn`t top [some product] with [some other product] anyhow...I`d just use *one* product that does what I want.
    Thanks, I`ll just get some Natty`s Red and compare look to Souveran and see which I like better.

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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Quote Originally Posted by MackCollier View Post
    Thanks, I`ll just get some Natty`s Red and compare look to Souveran and see which I like better.
    Good idea, and Red is affordable to be able to do that. The other way around, less so.

    Plus...hehe...Natty`s Red was endorsed at my wedding reception!
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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    You could original Natty`s too ... there was a side by side test by an old member named Deanski .. he came to our Detail Weekend with his red car done half with Souvern and half with Natty`s .. only a couple people could guess which was which I like Liquid Natty`s Red for the most pop in flakes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poorboy View Post
    You could original Natty`s too ... there was a side by side test by an old member named Deanski .. he cam to our Detail Weekend with his red car done half with Souvern and half with Natty`s .. only a couple people could guess which was which
    Interesting that *anybody* could tell which was which!

    I find Souveran gives varying/inconsistent results on metallics; it *slightly* seems to mute the ss lacquer metallic on my Jag (which I *LIKE* as it`s a metallic gray not a silver) but it does *not* mute the flake in b/c Audi silver.

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    Re: Advice on filling swirls, will this process work?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustJesus View Post
    Good idea, and Red is affordable to be able to do that. The other way around, less so.

    Plus...hehe...Natty`s Red was endorsed at my wedding reception!
    Red is pure *bling*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Accumulator View Post
    Interesting that *anybody* could tell which was which!
    only two guessed out of 20+
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