Need some advice on product

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  1. gdubb

    gdubb Crockett & Tubbs

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    Hey guys I just got a PC 7424 and am looking to do detailing work on the side. I currently use the zaino line and I just recently orderd some things from autogeek(nattys blue, poorboy's tire dressing, and 303)

    Now that I have a buffer I really need some experinced input on what polishes, glazes and swirl removers to buy

    I am thinking of DACP, #80 Speed Glaze from meguiars to get things moving but I know there are other products out there that you guys like.
     
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    n2_space Space > *.*

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    There are a lot... Poorboy's, 1z, Clearkote, Optimum (one of my favs), as well as Meg's. All have their pros and cons.
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    What he said. Menzerna makes some great polishes but they do dust a little and are pretty expensive.
     
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    gdubb Crockett & Tubbs

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    Ok I think I am going to start with the poorboy's lineup and this is what I plan on purchasing...

    SSR2.5
    SSR1
    EX-P sealant
    Professional Polish

    How does this sound?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Get the Polish w/carnauba instead, much easier to use than the Professional Polish. Still seems to work well with EX-P. If you have a dark, non metallic paint job on your car, you will probably be happier with the EX w/carnabua sealant.
     
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    gdubb Crockett & Tubbs

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    Thanks Scott!
     

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