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    Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

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    Re: Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

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    Re: Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

    I'll bite. How?
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    Re: Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Brown View Post
    I'll bite. How?
    Chuck Norris joke, perhaps?


    Chuck Norris doesn't correct paint, he stares at the defects and dares them to stay on the paint.
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    Re: Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

    "Magic Wand" perhaps??? I think I have seen an infomercial late one night on something like that......lol

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    Re: Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

    elbow grease!!! lol why didn't you use a buffer?
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    Re: Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

    How?
    quality creates its own demand

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    Re: Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

    I've gotten results like that with the new 105/205 combo by hand, takes a good amount of effort but the new SMAT is so good that the amount of effort is way less then the compounds with dimishing abrasives

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    Re: Correct major paint defect on black paint with NO BUFFER!

    One more thing I'll add, I've gotten excellent results using the velcro hand pad with 4 inch pads. Here's a recent post I made that features my car that was finished off with 205 by hand. In my experience when you finish off by hand with 205 or swirl x you get the best of both worlds- the extreme gloss of a rotary and no trails whatsoever like the DA does...

    http://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=45716

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