Quick S10 Detail

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by resident_asshole, Jul 6, 2005.

  1. My buddy is making a trade for a 90 Pontiac GTM for this truck so I polished it out for him before the new owner came and got it. It was recently painted but had HORRID buffer swirl; I wasn't able to get good pics of it because it was overcast when I started.

    Used Poorboys SSR2.5 followed up w/ Natty's Paste Wax

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  2. NorthPac

    NorthPac New Member

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    Buffer has in a PC or a rotary, PC's swirls are real easy to get rid of but a rotary might take a little more work? In ether case a good polishing polish /w a PC will take care of your problem. When you used SSR2 that might have made the swirls too when using a PC or rotary that you did not allow the SSR2 to brake down to a finer grade while polishing. Contamination might cause it too to name a few.
     
  3. when the car was repainted the shop went at it w/ a rotary and swirled it to all hell. It was my job to get rid of them :) Sorry if I didn't make that clear.
     
  4. deusexaethera

    deusexaethera OT Supporter

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    There are other kinds of polish? :mamoru: No hate intended, just amusing myself.
     
  5. NorthPac

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  6. i think it was the "polishing polish" comment Pac ;)
     
  7. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Nice work! I really like 2.5 because it is decently aggressive but also finishes off very nicely so you can usually go straight to your LSP.
     
  8. yea, I think i'm starting to like it as a good inbetween #80 and #83. I actually think it's my new favorite. How does the step down on the PB series compare to #80 Scott?
     

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