no. 9 Swirl Remover vs. Swirl Free Polish

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by flip2jetta, Jul 17, 2004.

  1. flip2jetta

    flip2jetta Guest

    I still have to order SFP from the shop but what's the main difference with this and No. 9 Swirl Remover, are they same as far as how abbrasive they are? And can I use no. 9 in place of SFP after using DACP?

    this is what I'll be doing
    1. wash w/ meguiars gold class
    2. claybar w/ claymagic or meguiars whichever I find first
    3.DACP
    4.SFP or no. 9 depending on what info I get from this thread
    5. no. 7 Show car glaze
    6. NXT topped with S100 :big grin:

    I'll be doing this in August because that's when my birthday is and I'm expecting a digital camera :big grin: Also it'll all be done by hand!

    I'VE READ ALL THE STICKIES, multiple times, and I've been following this forum for quite sometime so nobody say "read the stickies" I've read em!
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Swirl Free is a touch more aggressive than #9. Both break down real well and have a very high gloss.
     
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    is no. 9 aggresive enough to remove marks left by DACP???
     
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    Absolutely! If you work DACP until is clears and dusts slightly, you shouldn't get any surface marring with it though. #9 will just polish the paint even further.

    #80 Speed Glaze is a good comprimise if you just want to use one polish and then wax/seal. It is a bit more aggressive than #9 or #82 but breaks down quick and leaves the paint looking like you just glazed it with #7 or #81.
     

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