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    Re: Help, How to Remove M105 Dust

    DISO = Dealer Installed Swirl Options
    They are starting to come standard on most new cars.

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    Re: Help, How to Remove M105 Dust

    It might be good to try to flush the joints out some before using M205.
    My thoughts include M105 and M205 use SMAT Technology.
    I am not sure if the "particles" are the same size as in M105 only fewer or if they are smaller in M205.
    If M205 has smaller SMAT particles, I would not want to contaminate with larger particles.

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    Re: Help, How to Remove M105 Dust

    I know the DISO, thats how I found Meguiars years ago These are bad scratches, see area in photo 1 top left (and near top right) of fluorescent lite reflection on black paint. Pic 2 shows the white specs on door handle and above (not to mention door and hood, et al).[IMG][/IMG]

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    Re: Help, How to Remove M105 Dust

    Ouch, Hard to tell from images, yet the scratches look deep.

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    Re: Help, How to Remove M105 Dust

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephan View Post
    Thanks for you suggestions Dan, hot as balls here in Southern FL today. Between errands, picking up some UC at Adv Auto, etc., I haven't tested the clay yet. I splattered/dusted M105 from the roof by the moon roof. I've only clayed the roof so far (before the M105), and only have bad scratches up there so M205 should take me home after claying the rest of the car. I will do a clay test tommorow, but the car has that Xillon **** on it from the dealer, so until I fix the scratches with M105 or UC, I'm not going clay crazy. GONNA WORK MY WAY DOWN FROM TOP TO BOTTOM with clay and 205 after fixing the bad spots from crappy dealer washing practices.

    I greatly appreciate your help, in spite of >90 views your were the only responses I received as of this writing.

    Stephan
    Sounds like a good plan of attack.

    Here in MI I had two jobs in the 90 degree heat myself, and it wasn't as much fun as usual.

    Always a pleasure to help.

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    Re: Help, How to Remove M105 Dust

    Quote Originally Posted by Stephan View Post
    I tested a couple spots (side view mirror and arm and small spot at top of door) and it comes off easy with clay. Since I have to clay the whole car anywho, after I fix the bad scratch spots, should be golden. Didn't want to M105 large parts of the car that don't need M105. The whole car needs clay and M205, was in lot for 3 months the best I can tell and was treated like ****.

    Car is "new", 8 miles on odometer, but was washed by morons. They coated the car with filler wax or whatever and I didn't find errors for a week *^$#%!!!

    You are my hero of the day!
    Good!

    M105 is loaded with abrasives, which attributes to it's tremendous cutting strength, so when it dries, there are a lot of solids left over.

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    Re: Help, How to Remove M105 Dust

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Bear View Post
    Stephan
    I would have posted this earlier, yet I see you are not new to the forums. You have a higher Rep Power than I.
    Yet you used this phrase "I splattered/dusted M105 from the roof by the moon roof."
    Just double checking that you are not starting the DA while it is lifted above the surface. The rotation of the pad can then cause sling of larger drops of the product.

    Some times, we hold off posting if we see someone like DrumDan picks up a thread. Working one on one, can frequently get to results faster and with less diversion.

    I am adding to DrumDan's Rep for his good help with you on this thread.
    Thanks, Old Heat!

    The more the merrier for me, especially with someone as helpful and knowledgeable as your self.

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