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    Re: Is #80 still effective?

    The numbers are just Quick Reference Part Numbers, they do not signify the order in which you must use them or how aggressive or non-aggressive the products are. They're just part numbers folks.
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    Re: Is #80 still effective?

    Mike,
    I've been searching for some definitive product characteristic / abrasiveness scale across Meg's consumer and pro product lines.

    Does something like this exist? Like many others, I've compiled a collection of products over the past few years and have lost track of their relative specs..

    ???

    Thanks
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    Re: Is #80 still effective?

    Quote Originally Posted by lgangi View Post
    Mike,
    I've been searching for some definitive product characteristic / abrasiveness scale across Meg's consumer and pro product lines.

    Does something like this exist? Like many others, I've compiled a collection of products over the past few years and have lost track of their relative specs..

    ???

    Thanks
    No, not really.

    The bigger questions are,
    • What are you working on?
    • What are you trying to accomplish?
    • What products and tools do you have on hand?

    Use the least aggressive product to get the job done

    In order of aggressiveness from least to most for our cleaner/polishes,

    M09 Swirl Remover 2.0
    M82 Swirl Free Polish
    M80 Speed Glaze
    M83 Dual Action Cleaner Polish

    We have no scale or comparison chart in the Meguiar's garage for people to follow, instead they use the least aggressive product to get the job done, if their first product of choice isn't working, then they substitute a more aggressive product. All our cars come out clean and shiny. The system in place works.
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    Re: Is #80 still effective?

    How does #7 compare to the 82, 80, or 83?
    Thanks,

    Brad

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