Can Meg's #83 be used in place of #80?

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by 91RS, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. 91RS

    91RS If this flag offends you... you need a history les

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    I was going to buy some Meg's #80 for paint correction, but it looks like Megs #83 would be the better choice since I have a DA. It looks like I shouldn't bother buying the #80 if I buy the #83. Would this be correct? I'd want to use it on the light cutting pad right?

    Also, is there any real reason to buy something like Optimum Car Wash over Meg's NXT? I'm about to place a large AutoGeek order (for me anyway, probably a small order for some of y'all) and I'm trying to save some money if I can.
     
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  2. Scottwax

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    On softer paints, you will need to step down from #83 before waxing. Otherwise it is a great polish.
     

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