Which brand buffing compounds

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 05, 2022 3:23 pm
'68 Coronet R/T wrote:The answers will vary greatly, as once you get a system that works, you tend to stick with it.

I like Meguiar's M100 and twisted wool pad on a rotary buffer.
Follow with Chemical Guys V36 with a white Lake Country CCS foam pad.
Finish with Menzerna Super Finish 3800 and a black CCS foam pad.

Do a search on here for what others use.
I followed this "recipe" exactly this week and can tell you that I did my best cut/buff job on a bike tank ever. I'm sure there are other combos that will do the same but after looking at some of his pics, I knew his combo works--I'm sticking with it.



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PostPosted: Thu Apr 14, 2022 12:04 am
Rebel Racing wrote:
'68 Coronet R/T wrote:The answers will vary greatly, as once you get a system that works, you tend to stick with it.

I like Meguiar's M100 and twisted wool pad on a rotary buffer.
Follow with Chemical Guys V36 with a white Lake Country CCS foam pad.
Finish with Menzerna Super Finish 3800 and a black CCS foam pad.

Do a search on here for what others use.
I followed this "recipe" exactly this week and can tell you that I did my best cut/buff job on a bike tank ever. I'm sure there are other combos that will do the same but after looking at some of his pics, I knew his combo works--I'm sticking with it.
just adding to this.....followed this formula for the last 3 jobs and they all came out perfect--not changing anytime soon.
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