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    Abrasive strength for below product

    Hello,

    Anyone can help to advise which is the most to least cleaning abrasive strength for below ?
    i took a gamble below

    White Wax (least abrasive)
    Cleaner Wax
    ScratchX 2.0
    Ultimate Polish
    Utimate Compound (most abrasive)


    Also, when i lift the rear boot cover,
    the under side and the water path have visible water stain marks from all the rain water.
    I am not able to clean it off using Wash&Wax.
    Is it safe to polish on this surfaces ?
    They feel more matt than glossy and doesnt look like it has any ClearCoat.


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    Re: Abrasive strength for below product

    White Wax (least abrasive)
    Cleaner Wax
    ScratchX 2.0
    Ultimate Polish
    Utimate Compound (most abrasive)
    Mild -

    Cleaner/Wax
    Ult Polish - White Wax
    ScratchX 2.0
    Ult. Compound

    - Most - Roughly... of course application pads and things will change that.

    Also, when i lift the rear boot cover,
    the under side and the water path have visible water stain marks from all the rain water.
    I am not able to clean it off using Wash&Wax.
    Yeah, a wet cloth, or Quick Detailer, a spray and wash type product could help in those gaps, and around the doors, under hood, etc.

    Is it safe to polish on this surfaces ?
    They feel more matt than glossy and doesnt look like it has any ClearCoat.
    It is safe, but might be a little harder to apply and remove. Certainly a spray wax or something could be wiped along.
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    Re: Abrasive strength for below product

    Thanks Murr,

    Good to know if the White Wax i have cannot remove the scratches,
    I have to get the ScratchX or the Ultimate Compound.


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    Re: Abrasive strength for below product

    Quote Originally Posted by Redwine View Post
    Thanks Murr,

    Good to know if the White Wax i have cannot remove the scratches,
    I have to get the ScratchX or the Ultimate Compound.

    I'd just look for the Ult. Compound...
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