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    Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    This is really just show and tell: not a formal review

    Owner asked me if I could do anything to a few scratches. Finished up car wash and returned with my Nano and a selection of Poorboy`s polishes.

    SSR 2.5 on Nano w/blue rupes foam pad
    Long neck, 12mm and the larger adapter

    Finished off with yellow rupes pad and PWS for good measure.

    Quite impressive IMO. There were a few other scratches like this across the vehicle but they were a littlw deeper and I was only able to knock them down a little bit. Didn`t take any pics of them. Long day.



    barely there now

    Video before

    https://youtu.be/CQ-TdtZK9FY

    Video After

    https://youtu.be/SP5YH0d7urs

    Stuff smells great too!

    Easy on, easy off, sun or shade... just like advertised. And btw the panel was so hot I couldn`t touch it with my bare hands. And this stuff came off easier than some of my other products do inside my garage.

    Thanks for viewing

    -Brandt K.





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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Is it an oily product? I need something like that. Sun friendly is a necessity this summer.
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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Quote Originally Posted by rlmccarty2000 View Post
    Is it an oily product? I need something like that. Sun friendly is a necessity this summer.
    It`s so important, having sun/heat friendly products is amazing and allows you to get a tan instead of being a white recluse
    Rupes 21 MK II, Rupes 15 MK II, Rupes 21, Rupes LHR75e, Rupes Duetto, Rupes Ibrid-L, Rupes LH18ENS, Flex PE-14-2, Dodo Juice V1

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    At $21.99 it will remain a secret to me.
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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Very nice!

    I`ve been waiting for summer to come around so I can mess with their products in the So Cal heat (you know, just for testing purposes).

    I`m almost settled in my new home, so I`ll be getting around to more detailing stuff. yay

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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Quote Originally Posted by rlmccarty2000 View Post
    Is it an oily product? I need something like that. Sun friendly is a necessity this summer.
    I didn`t notice it being oily... what specific products would you consider oily? maybe I have one of them and could get an idea of what you are talking about

    its a pretty thick consistency

    sun friendly = Poorboy`s--- but I`m coming to find out that they are just fine when used in the garage too, haha - but I swear they work BETTER in the hot sun


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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Quote Originally Posted by 512detail View Post
    ... what specific products would you consider oily?
    Most Menzerna, and UP come to mind.

    Several years back, I bought a car that was damaged by tunnel washes. SSR 2.5 knocked it flat in a hurry! Very good stuff.

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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Quote Originally Posted by WaxAddict View Post
    Most Menzerna, and UP come to mind.

    Several years back, I bought a car that was damaged by tunnel washes. SSR 2.5 knocked it flat in a hurry! Very good stuff.
    I`ve had some pretty great 1 step results with SSR 2 as well - but 2.5 needs a follow up step in most cases

    I still need to pick up SSR3 (I have Master cut coming)


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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Master Cut is a monster. Positively needs a follow-up step, but it`s a non-apologetic Compound. I`ve only used it for spot buffing RIDS, where it worked great.
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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Quote Originally Posted by 512detail View Post
    ...
    sun friendly = Poorboy`s--- but I`m coming to find out that they are just fine when used in the garage too, haha - but I swear they work BETTER in the hot sun
    haha...i remember reading that it almost seems like those products FAVOR the sun/heat. Maybe it was from AG`s product description (or the PBs page on AG)

    Quote Originally Posted by WaxAddict View Post
    Master Cut is a monster. Positively needs a follow-up step, but it`s a non-apologetic Compound. I`ve only used it for spot buffing RIDS, where it worked great.
    In my case, it was *definitely* - But I had planned on following up anyway, in that case it was Professional Polish. It`s in this thread http://www.autopia.org/forums/click-...tml?highlight=

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    Re: Poorboy`s SSR 2.5 spot scratch polishing in the hot sun

    Quote Originally Posted by WaxAddict View Post
    Master Cut is a monster. Positively needs a follow-up step, but it`s a non-apologetic Compound. I`ve only used it for spot buffing RIDS, where it worked great.
    yep I needed a sun friendly compound that don`t take no RIDS from anybody, hahaha


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