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  • DA Microfiber Polish





    Product Features:
    • Removes DA haze from D300 step on delicate clears
    • Solution for haze prone delicate clears
    • Super fine cleaner/polish
    • Perfect intermediate step in a 3 step scenario
    • Not paintable



    Part#: D30216
    MSRP: $17.20
    Michael Stoops
    Senior Global Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.

    Remember, this hobby is supposed to be your therapy, not the reason you need therapy.

  • #2
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    Hey I was right. I will definitely be ordering some of this.

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    • #3
      Re: DA Microfiber Polish

      Nice addition to the DAMF system. What pad is recommended?
      99 Grand Prix
      02 Camaro SS

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      • #4
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        How does this compare in cut and finish to 205?

        Are you now going to market the DAMF system as a three step with all three pads and liquids in one box?
        Brandon
        Custom Cleaning Concepts, LLC
        (435) 249-4CCC (4222)
        "When you want your ride as clean as can be, you need to call CCC!"

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        • #5
          Re: DA Microfiber Polish

          Very cool, how does it compare to D300?

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          • #6
            Re: DA Microfiber Polish

            I just went out in the driveway and looked, my Obsidian black, super delicate clear, Lexus broke out in a smile.

            "fishing for swirls in a sea of black"
            ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
            David

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            • #7
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              I just have a technical question: wouldn't it be counter-productive to use this polish and then finishing wax, which is a cleaner wax ? Wouldn't a regular finishing wax be better ?

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              • #8
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                Originally posted by greg0303 View Post
                I just have a technical question: wouldn't it be counter-productive to use this polish and then finishing wax, which is a cleaner wax ? Wouldn't a regular finishing wax be better ?
                Good question. They had two things in mind when they formulated this product: 1. People who are going to go with a different last step product, other than D301 DA Micro Fiber Finishing Wax. 2. A cleaner for the DA Micro Fiber System if people have soft/sensitive paint and they need something that’s a bit less aggressive than D300 DA Micro Fiber Correction Compound.
                Rick McDonough
                Customer Engagement - Digital Content Editor
                Meguiar's Inc.
                1.800.854.8073 * 3853
                rmcdonough@meguiars.com

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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by SwunMurrieta View Post
                  Hey I was right. I will definitely be ordering some of this.
                  Yes, we noticed that

                  Originally posted by The Guz View Post
                  Nice addition to the DAMF system. What pad is recommended?
                  The finishing pad, always.

                  Originally posted by CCC4me View Post
                  How does this compare in cut and finish to 205?

                  Are you now going to market the DAMF system as a three step with all three pads and liquids in one box?
                  Cut is well below that of M205. We don't have any plans at the moment to package all liquids and pads into a single kit, no.

                  Originally posted by Wors View Post
                  Very cool, how does it compare to D300?
                  D300 is the correction compound, D301 the finishing wax. D302 is a finishing polish designed specifically to remove any haze that might occur in the correction step with D300.

                  Originally posted by wifpd4 View Post
                  I just went out in the driveway and looked, my Obsidian black, super delicate clear, Lexus broke out in a smile.
                  Sounds like the perfect candidate for D302, David!

                  Originally posted by greg0303 View Post
                  I just have a technical question: wouldn't it be counter-productive to use this polish and then finishing wax, which is a cleaner wax ? Wouldn't a regular finishing wax be better ?
                  Great question, Greg. On more delicate paint where hazing occurs with D300 we see mixed results with just D301 as a finish. Many people have instead moved to M205 on foam to refine the finish before applying their favorite wax or synthetic sealant. By offering D302 we can offer the user the opportunity to stay fully within the microfiber system to do everything if they so desire. But the intent of D302 is to remove DA haze with an intermediate step prior to waxing. So applying D301 after D302 shouldn't be a problem, unless the paint is so very sensitive that it doesn't like microfiber for application of the wax. In that case, it is recommended to move to a different wax/sealant applied via foam finishing pad.

                  Now, we know you guys like to experiment, so even though D302 was designed as a microfiber driven finishing polish we know someone is going to try it on a foam finishing pad. Go for it. We have, and it's pretty terrific.
                  Michael Stoops
                  Senior Global Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.

                  Remember, this hobby is supposed to be your therapy, not the reason you need therapy.

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                  • #10
                    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

                    Sweet! I'll post my feedback after I get a chance to use it.
                    Rasky's Auto Detailing

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                    • #11
                      Re: DA Microfiber Polish

                      Sounds like people with black or dark paint just drooled a little.

                      The 3 DAMF fluids are going to further enhance the abilities of the average detailer....I look forward to adding this to my arsenal
                      "STRIFE" aka Phil
                      2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe (IP/ aka White) the Toy
                      2011 Subaru Impreza (SWP/ aka White) the DD
                      2017 Subaru Forester (CWP/ aka White) Wifey's

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                      • #12
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                        Sounds like it might be a really good jeweling polish on a foam finishing pad perhaps.

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                        • #13
                          Re: DA Microfiber Polish

                          The product copy says "Not Paintable" -- presumably this means silicone or some such substance in the formulation, so.... durable fillers?
                          Charlie
                          Automotive Appearance Specialist - Serving Greater Lansing, Michigan

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                          • #14
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                            Look what showed up on my doorstep today.


                            Rasky's Auto Detailing

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                            • #15
                              Re: DA Microfiber Polish

                              Originally posted by C. Charles Hahn View Post
                              The product copy says "Not Paintable" -- presumably this means silicone or some such substance in the formulation, so.... durable fillers?
                              The microfiber system is part of the Detailer Line, not Mirror Glaze, and as such all of the liquids in it are not "body shop safe". But, um, "durable fillers" like a certain product that suddenly became very well known for exactly that? No. Do a test side by side with both D302 and that other product, and then strip them both (if you can fully strip that other product). You'll lose a bit of darkness with both once they've been stripped (you could say that about almost any product) but you'll go backwards with regard to defect removal with that other product and not with D302 (or dramatically less so). That assumes that by "filling" you actually mean the hiding of defects rather than the elimination of defects. A bit of darkening of the paint is a different matter altogether and that can ONLY be accomplished by leaving something behind. Stripping that something will remove the darkening, but if that product is truly filling, stripping it will also reveal defects that were once hidden but are now revealed. If, on the other hand, the product darkens but does not fill, then stripping it will cause a loss of that darkening but the defects will still be gone.
                              Michael Stoops
                              Senior Global Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.

                              Remember, this hobby is supposed to be your therapy, not the reason you need therapy.

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