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    Meguiar's Nutty detailer STRIFE's Avatar
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    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
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    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

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

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    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

    The product copy says "Not Paintable" -- presumably this means silicone or some such substance in the formulation, so.... durable fillers?
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    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

    Look what showed up on my doorstep today.



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    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

    Quote 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.
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    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by RaskyR1 View Post
    Look what showed up on my doorstep today.

    Sweet!!!

    Here's a bottle we've had laying around the Training Garage for a little while. And the paint it finished off!

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    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

    I'm actually pretty excited to try the released version! For those of you that may or may not remember the NXTi training pics from a little over a year ago, this would be an updated version of the beta sample we were all able to take part in using/testing during the class.


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    How soon can I order this???

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    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

    Thanks, Rick and Mike. Now I've got the idea behind D302. Nice addition to the microfiber line.

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    Re: DA Microfiber Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by jvs1991 View Post
    How soon can I order this???
    This should be available for order from your favorite online retailer in just a few weeks. Perhaps as soon as Thanksgiving weekend.
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