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    3D One vs Scholls S2Black vs Scholls S20 Black

    I have alot of others compound/polishes Megs, Griots, Sonax, 3D ect


    Im specifically looking at the 3D one Scholls s20black or Scholl S2 Black
    my intended use is a heavy one step. I want Cut most importantly, open time second most important and third gloss. I have some large fleet vehicles to do. Its on normal paint base + clear. With a coating going on afterward.

    Im leaning S2 Black

    My dream product & niche that hopefully one day can exist is a heavy cutting primer polish that you can go straight to coating without prep wiping. Something above carpro essence cut.

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    Re: 3D One vs Scholls S2Black vs Scholls S20 Black

    What is the "number" of vehicles in this fleet?
    What are you coating the vehicles in this fleet with; IE, coating manufacturer and type/name?

    I ask because, without knowing the specifics of what this fleet entails vehicles-wise and why you are using a coating on them, I was wondering if an All-In-One like Blackfire`s One-Step followed by their SiO2 Spray Sealant might be a more efficient use of time spent to achieve your goal.

    As far as using Scholl Concepts for correcting, it sounds like you have pretty much decided that S2 Black is the way to go because it is called Heavy One-Step. I am not sure that you can get by without using some type of panel wipe before applying your coating of choice, but I would ask Sky`s the Limit (car-pro.com) customer service if that is the case and tell them what coating you are planning to use on these fleet vehicles.
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    Re: 3D One vs Scholls S2Black vs Scholls S20 Black

    Thx Lonnie work vans dump trucks & equipment that travel on non paved roads 50% of time. Ceramic will be adams advanced spray graphene or Cquartz lite.

    In the winter months I undercoat vehicles with and corrosion prevent hard wax film. I have acquired from undercoating now they want to protect the paint

    i Also have some fire trucks to do and I don’t want to get stuck polishing for days and days
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    Re: 3D One vs Scholls S2Black vs Scholls S20 Black

    William_Wallace:
    What buffing machine(s) and pads are you planning on using to do these various types of fleet vehicles??

    Can you buy the Adam`s Ceramic Spray in bulk quantity at a discount?? Sounds like you are going to be using alot of it.
    What are you going to be using for microfibers for application and wipeoff ? And like they spray, a lot of them, too!
    Just kidding, (kinda) but I am wondering (as usual, nosy Captain Obvious!)......

    Also very interested in how the Scholl Concepts S2 Black Heavy One-Step works out for you.
    The whole Scholl Concepts compounds and polishes line-up really intrigues me and just wonder how it compares to other compounds and polishes from Menzerna, Jescar, and Koch Chemie
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    Re: 3D One vs Scholls S2Black vs Scholls S20 Black

    I use almost all pads from a Swedish company called Optipad they have nice thin foam cutting pads maroon or dark blue they are very inexpensive $3-4 a pad and have whole line. The only other pad I use outside of these are rupes yellow wool this pad which surprisingly leave good gloss. This blows my mind because I never would have thought it does Sandro the Australia YouTube channel made some videos with it. Without seeing him use it I would have never bought it . Vehicles are all different colors some are white which is good news

    21 mm shurhold polisher it’s a boating company polisher with excessive down forced.
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    Re: 3D One vs Scholls S2Black vs Scholls S20 Black

    I am REALLY a fan of the Rupes yellow medium wool and blue coarse wool pads. They correct very well and finish down surprisingly well. I also like fiber pads as I can clean them well with compressed air and reduce the number of pads needed.

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    Re: 3D One vs Scholls S2Black vs Scholls S20 Black

    You will struggle to get away with one steps using s2 on anything but hard paint or lighter coloured medium paint. It has a lot of cut. Finishes remarkably but not to the standard of S20.

    S20 is more pad dependent and a true one step. Without question its what I`d go for. Its an exceptional product. Scholls spider pads are also in a league of their own if you`re feeling flush.

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