Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by n2_space, Mar 10, 2005.
Will 1z GW strip oils left behind by stuff like #80 or 1z MP?
It may reduce the wet look slightly but will make the reflections sharper. It will not in anyway affect the polishing #80 did.
Yeah, that is what I meant I know it won't affect the polishing, but didn't know if it would strip some/all of the oils it leaves behind, reducing the wetness it brings, as you mentioned I'm trying to decide on 1z GW or UPP on my dark red metallic here in the next month (I already have both) I need to remove some very light marring due to it not seeing anything but careful washes for 3 years, it hasn't seen anything other than SEPC or AIO as a polish goes. I've done S100, SG, and #16 on it so far. I know GW will make the metallic pop, but the slickness and look of UPP...
I think you will really like GW. I just washed a silver Land Bruiser today that has a nearly 3 month old coat of GW on it (applied December 16th) and it was still noticably slick and looked very wet.
BTW, this is GW on a Lexus LS430 at the 9 week point:
I think I will try GW, then UPP later