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    Quote Originally Posted by adam.wilkinson View Post
    Thanks mate, sorry it's renovator http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/s...egoryId_165527

    I went over once with that, followed by a couple of goes with SRP and then topped it off with the collonite wax to seal it all!
    Nice one mate. That megs endurance is good stuff. I use it on the Tyres and mudflaps. All the rest of the trim gets either AG Vinyl Rubber care, AG Bumper Care or I have some 303 aerospace which some people rave about but I find no better than the AG.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by aj1soad View Post
    would i need to use the cutting pad everytime i need to polish the car? or is it just to help restore the faded parts? thanx
    it depends how bad it is, and what finish your looking for,

    once you have got your paint work back to red, and all the scratches and swirls out, you can just use a softer pad and polish combo just to keep the shine, or just keep the wax topped up,

    im gonna polish my whole car again at the begging of next summer, i will probably just use the cut pad on the swirls and marks that need it, and then polish the rest of it with a softer pad polish combo
     
     

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