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    M110 & m210

    Good gravy, guys.

    Bravo!

    In all honesty, I started reaching for another line the past couple years. Still use it, and enjoy it.

    However...

    I've had these two on the shelf for a while now, and played with them, but hadn't put it to the test until today, and that was removing sanding marks on a texture match job.

    I experimented M110 with Buff and Shine Uro-Fiber, and the original Rupes blue microfiber pads. The machines were a Rupes Duetto and Mini. In the end Uro-Fiber is what I ended up using to complete the cutting.

    That M110 has a serious cut to finish ratio. It destroyed Menzerna FG400, Jescar Correction Compound, Koch Chemie H9, and Rupes DA Coarse. It out cut them and out finished them. I didn't even need the M210, but I gave it a go, and it was actually too nice for what the job paid. The M110 cut approached 3D ACA500, and AAT501, but finished cleaner.

    The M210 was used with Buff and Shine yellow Uro-Tec polishing/finishing pads, similar to Rupes Yellow.

    What is nice about these polishes is that I can almost tell they were designed with the da in mind. I'm sort of surprised there hasn't been more of a buzz about them. I imagine there are some like me that got hooked on the 3D stuff, and / or they're quietly using M110 and M210 quietly in their operations.

    There are a lot of new brands and products on the market, but these two might just become a staple in people's arsenals. I'm still sort of reeling from shock at how nice they were to use, and the results they produced. Seriously stunned.

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    Re: M110 & m210

    Thanks for sharing drumdan! I experienced the same sort of shock & fun you did when I used this pair for the first time on a whole car, on 06 Black Lexus, years & years of heavy swirls, scratches, rotary swirls, was running a 21mm D/A with our DMC6 D/A Microfiber Finishing, blowing through just about everything in one attempt, going to wipe the residue off with zero ticks, zero micro marring, & literally almost perfect paint on a soft-ish/sensitive black lexus, so fun & impressive. Thanks again for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Winn View Post
    Thanks for sharing drumdan! I experienced the same sort of shock & fun you did when I used this pair for the first time on a whole car, on 06 Black Lexus, years & years of heavy swirls, scratches, rotary swirls, was running a 21mm D/A with our DMC6 D/A Microfiber Finishing, blowing through just about everything in one attempt, going to wipe the residue off with zero ticks, zero micro marring, & literally almost perfect paint on a soft-ish/sensitive black lexus, so fun & impressive. Thanks again for sharing.
    I love it, Nick! Thanks for sharing too!

    One of the first cars where I played with it was the good of a black 1995 Porsche 911. It was in horrendous condition. I was at work that day, a shop called Fade To Black in Clawson, MI. I was using a PC 7424, the Uro-Fiber, and M110. It looked so good that one of our customers that brings in Lambos, Bentleys, McLarens, etc took a picture to show their porters. I didn't show him the M110 though. He saw the Menz 400 that I used on the rest of the car - which was provided by my employer.

    Seriously, these twins need more attention than they get from the influencers.

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    Re: M110 & m210

    Have you had any issues with dust from the M110?

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    Re: M110 & m210

    Quote Originally Posted by Vifa View Post
    Have you had any issues with dust from the M110?
    It does produce a little bit of dusting. Nothing like M100. M101 or M105. More like D300.

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    Re: M110 & m210

    They are my main characters in paint surface correction, by far. Occasionally I'll use D300 on a soft clear coat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vifa View Post
    Have you had any issues with dust from the M110?
    None as of now. Probably similar to D300, which is very little.

    It does brush out of the pad well, where and when you'd want it to dust.

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    Re: M110 & m210

    Reporting further:

    Last week we had a Bentley SUV come in for a paint correction and coating. Black. I started out with 3D ONE, and it did a good job on the hood. Uro-Fiber and Adam's Swirl Killer 15.

    The trouble came when I got to the front fender. Super deep lacerations, and damage from automatic car wash brushes. Friday was my day off, so after I was done with my customer, I went to the shop armed with a variety of compounds. Among them were Rupes DA Coarse, 3D ACA500, 3D AAT501, Koch H9, Menzerna 400, Jescar Correction Compound. M110 was the one that removed the most damage by a noticeable margin. ACA500 was the closest to M110. Most sections M110 cleared out 95+% of the defects. I also tried D300, and it did a respectable job, but didn't reach the levels of correction M110 provided.

    I'm really excited to learn this, because It's such an enjoyable product to use. The findings that it also performs like a champ is turning this into my holy grail compound.

    I'm going to keep testing M110, and am anticipating that it will become my go-to compound.

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    Re: M110 & m210

    Quote Originally Posted by HCAD View Post
    They are my main characters in paint surface correction, by far. Occasionally I'll use D300 on a soft clear coat.
    That makes sense.

    I have M205 sort of positioned as a possible one step solution as I have for years. It often does a great job at light to moderate correction and leaves a glossy finish. I have had finishing issues with it on very rare occasions. I still have to try M210 in that capacity as well.

    D300 is the house compound at the shop. We use it by the gallon.

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