I had to stretch my OPS yesterday

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    So i mixed it with meg's cleaner wax, mother's cleaner wax, and a little shot of meg's #83. Using a LC CCS White pad (PC, 6), it actually removed all the buffer trails from a bad rotary job and removed/filled some swirls from a shotty repaint. It was actually pretty glossy when I got done. I'm guessing it'll have dick for durability though.
     
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    Whatever works, amirite?
     
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    urrite!
     
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    i say u post this on autopia amirite?
     
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    :noes: then i'd be asked why i didn't have any Z4 to mix with my Z9^2 so that I could efficiently buff off the Z32.7 that I put on after 3 coats of Z14. It's kinda scary to think about that.
     
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