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    Larry Kosilla puts M110/M210 to the test

    Our good friend and detailer extraordinaire Larry Kosilla put M110/M210 to the test on a Maserati MC12 racecar (sure, why not??) and comes away impressed. Check out the video below.

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    Re: Larry Kosilla puts M110/M210 to the test

    IMHO M110 and M210 do not cut as much but...

    Less dust, easier wipe and a much better finish.
    I'm really liking the way the new twins work.

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    Re: Larry Kosilla puts M110/M210 to the test

    I found the info at 8:24 very interesting...

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    Re: Larry Kosilla puts M110/M210 to the test

    I also found 9:25 interesting.
    Larry's chart appears to show M100 as having more cut than M105 or M110.

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    Re: Larry Kosilla puts M110/M210 to the test

    Quote Originally Posted by Old Bear View Post
    I also found 9:25 interesting.
    Larry's chart appears to show M100 as having more cut than M105 or M110.
    IMHO Aggressive cut between M101 and M100 depends on your preference. I prefer the M101.

    IMHO Cut in aggressive M105, M100 and M101. I prefer M101 over M100. Good comparison vid.

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    Re: Larry Kosilla puts M110/M210 to the test

    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin View Post
    IMHO M110 and M210 do not cut as much but...

    Less dust, easier wipe and a much better finish.
    I'm really liking the way the new twins work.
    Would you say that M110 might be more comparable to something like D300 or Ultimate Compound?

    My heavy cutter is M100.

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    Re: Larry Kosilla puts M110/M210 to the test

    Quote Originally Posted by drumdan View Post
    Would you say that M110 might be more comparable to something like D300 or Ultimate Compound?

    My heavy cutter is M100.
    I'm not a chemist - IMHO as a user...M110 cuts much better than D300 or UC but not as much cut as M105.
    M110 behaves much better than M105. M110 has a slight less cut than M101/M100 but IMHO it finishes out better.

    I have never been a big fan of M100 with a DA (Rupes included). However, I do like the way M101 cuts and finishes.
    Although M101 is a few nickels more than M100, for me time is money, and M101 gets the job done better and faster.
    IIRC M100 was designed for body shops to be used on a rotary. M101 was designed for a DA using foam pads.

    I like M110. It cuts well and has a lot less dust than M105! M110 has a nice, easy wipe off, and it leaves a good finish.
    Remember: Clear coat is precious! You don't always need to use a sledgehammer to put a thumbtack into a pine board.

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