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    M305 - Panel by Panel, or Whole Car then Remove?

    Hi All,

    Just got some M305 and was wondering if I should apply it Panel by Panel or if I can do the whole car and then remove?

    Thanks!

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    Re: M305 - Panel by Panel, or Whole Car then Remove?

    Meguiar's M305 Ultra Durable Finishing Glaze can be applied to the entire vehicle and then removed, but understand that there could be some instances (i.e. in full sun application, high heat and extreme windy conditions) where the wipe off will not be as smooth as if applied by section then wiped off.

    Best to use the product as directed in a section at a time, but can be applied to entire vehicle if used in optimal conditions.
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    Re: M305 - Panel by Panel, or Whole Car then Remove?

    Hi Nicholas! Thanks for the reply! I'll be working in my garage so shouldn't be a problem. I'll probably do a couple panels, wipe off the first and continue on that way. Cheers!

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    Re: M305 - Panel by Panel, or Whole Car then Remove?

    Quote Originally Posted by marspe View Post
    Hi Nicholas! Thanks for the reply! I'll be working in my garage so shouldn't be a problem. I'll probably do a couple panels, wipe off the first and continue on that way. Cheers!
    Your welcome! Are you working on fresh paint? Feel free to let us know how you like the performance of the product.
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