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    Will professional polish take out light swirls?

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    Hi fallout,

    I would consider using PB`s SSR1 with a white polishing pad and if that isn`t aggressive enough then to PB`s SSR2 with a white polishing pad. If you want to be a little more aggressive then exchange the white polishing pad for a yellow cutting pad.

    The PB PP or PwC is a good after polish to bring back the gloss after using the SSR.

    You always want to start with the least aggressive approach and work your way up if you have to.

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    Thanks for the reply pakshak.

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    Re: poorboys professional polish

    Originally posted by fallout
    Will professional polish take out light swirls?
    Yes.

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    I think it would. Why not try it? If it doesn`t then go to SSR1
    Dream big and be willing to do the work to get there.

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    I use the PP to clean the paint, and do whatever it can with the swirls. By cleaning the paint really well, it allows me to get a very good idea of what product I need to "finish off" the swirls and imprefections!

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    Originally posted by Boss_429
    I use the PP to clean the paint, and do whatever it can with the swirls. By cleaning the paint really well, it allows me to get a very good idea of what product I need to "finish off" the swirls and imprefections!
    :yeah Those are my thoughts exactly. I like to use paint cleaners first so I can really see what kind of additional paint correction might be necessary.

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    The "start with the least aggresive approach" of polishing is good advice, but in this case even the most aggresive (SSR2) isn`t very aggresive and would be safe for even newer finishes.

    I`d recommend:
    SS2, then PwC or PP, then topping of choice.

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    Thanks for all the advice. Looks like I will be ordering some PB products.

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    I do the same thing - Pro Polish to clean the paint, SS2 to correct the paint then PWC to OOOOHHH the paint
    You have activated my special ability....

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    Originally posted by groebuck
    I do the same thing - Pro Polish to clean the paint, SS2 to correct the paint then PWC to OOOOHHH the paint
    very smart and good approach....have to save that one for FAQ
    life is short ..do it while you can

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    I just got done with my exterior...well, almost done... and I used SSR2 then I went to follow it up with Pro Polish and stopped. I then switched to Polish with Carnuba and like that much better to go after the SSR2. Then, of course I now have a coat of EX sitting on it.

 

 

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