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    Re: Recommendations on Finishing Polish

    I`ve been pretty happy with the Griots complete(consumer) line. I`m not sure what makes the Boss line different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSFM35X View Post
    Thank you for the offer. I`m going to pull the trigger on the 520. I appreciate your response and kind offer !
    Good luck and please report back wether you like it or don`t like it, vs the old HD polish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannafbody View Post
    I`ve been pretty happy with the Griots complete(consumer) line. I`m not sure what makes the Boss line different.
    Because it`s Boss like that The Boss line is very underrated

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    Re: Recommendations on Finishing Polish

    Have been using the Griot`s products. Along with Collinite 845. So far, so good, IMO.

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    Re: Recommendations on Finishing Polish

    In the "more food for thought" on polishes, please see the linked thread of an epic and detailed scientific research on polishes and the gloss they produce posted by Autopian All-Star Loach. It is definitely worth the long time it takes to read through and review the data!!
    https://www.autopia.org/forums/paint...tml?highlight=
    By the way his preferred polish is Sonax Perfect Finish. I asked in the above thread in Post #67 and his answer is in Post #68 if you want to skip to that.

    That said, after reading some of the comments posted above about the no-so-good experiences with Perfect Finish, it does leave questions in my mind about my buying and trying it. Like anything, as Accumulator always says, "Your Mileage May Very" (YMMV).
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    Re: Recommendations on Finishing Polish

    I still like Zaino ZPC as a finishing polish. It doesn`t have a lot of cut and leaves a smooth surface.

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    Re: Recommendations on Finishing Polish

    Will do !

    Quote Originally Posted by mg031 View Post
    Good luck and please report back wether you like it or don`t like it, vs the old HD polish.

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    Re: Recommendations on Finishing Polish

    I could not seem to find it on the Autopia site.

    They are out of alot of stuff.

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    3D 520 8oz and 32 oz

    Quote Originally Posted by Justins00ss View Post
    Mckee`s 37 finishing polish is very underrated. Pretty much my go to finish polish

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    Re: Recommendations on Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by JSFM35X View Post
    I could not seem to find it on the Autopia site.
    That`s because PBMG doesn`t sell M37 products anymore.

    EDIT: Because irony is dead, and unrelated to this thread, but related to M37, I was perusing their website which I haven`t done in a while, looked at the new products, and I see they have an N-914 Wash and Wax...because when you want a rinseless that leaves nothing behind--of course then you`ll want a version of it that leaves something behind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    That`s because PBMG doesn`t sell M37 products anymore.

    EDIT: Because irony is dead, and unrelated to this thread, but related to M37, I was perusing their website which I haven`t done in a while, looked at the new products, and I see they have an N-914 Wash and Wax...because when you want a rinseless that leaves nothing behind--of course then you`ll want a version of it that leaves something behind.
    I use Uber SiO2 Rinseless often and I ordered N-914 as a stronger, periodic rinseless. The main thing I noticed is that Uber SiO2 felt much slicker (more lubricious). Not sure how I feel about N-914 yet as I’ve only used it twice so the jury is still out. But I can definitely see a market for it as I really like Uber SiO2 Rinseless.

 

 
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