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      08-01-2019, 10:54 AM   #23
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Products don't really matter. It's how much you use, and speed/pressure of the polisher which is really going to make the difference. This is why it's beneficial to do different test areas at different amounts of speeds/liquids. Even thought it will take more time, you'll see what works best on your paint, and end up with an overall better result.
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