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      07-23-2012, 01:03 PM   #7
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there is not an exact product that will always work for any situation. Every car's paint is different and needs test spots to lock in the proper process that will work for YOUR PAINT. BMW has hard paint. You need a gritty, heavier cutting compound to get those defects out.

However, I can attest to the meguiar's microfiber system. (look up the Kevin Brown method) this will give you a wealth of knowledge on the process of using a DA polisher at top performance

how long are you spending on your compounding step on each section?

Also, the wax has nothing to do with what you are seeing in your paint.
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