Am i good to go? $300 purchase inside

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  1. SouLchild

    SouLchild DIME PIECE GREASE OT Supporter

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    SouLchild DIME PIECE GREASE OT Supporter

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    this is for my silver bimmer btw
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    You probably need a real polish. Werkstat > Klasse

    www.werkstat.com Prime and Acrylic Jett (or Acrylic Jett Trigger-stupid easy to use) are the AIO/SG equivalents. Wouldn't even bother with S100 Werkstat looks so good on silver paint.
     
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    SouLchild DIME PIECE GREASE OT Supporter

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    thanks for your help! ordering now...


    1. will i only need the polishing and finishing pads?

    2. Just regular Prime? no Carnauba needed?
     
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    1. No idea exactly what pads you need without seeing your car in person. BMWs (except for jet black) tend to have harder paint so a cutting pad might also be a good idea.

    2. I'd go with regular Prime and Acrylic Jett Trigger. I think you will be very happy with the look.
     
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    What would you recommend I use for a my car? Its painted avus blue, a BMW color. It was painted about 3 years ago and it hasnt been polished/wax since :hs:

    I would be doing this by hand, since I dont have the spare $$$$ for a PC :(
     
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    Read the stickies, then you will know what to do. They are there for a general overview of detailing. :)
     

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