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Polishing the SS

Discussion in 'VF Holden Commodore (2013 - 2017)' started by evBenji, Mar 18, 2019.

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    So Has anyone used the two new products that I mentioned?o_O
     
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    Nothing wrong with Meguiars although there is better if willing to pay...you sure you’re not thinking about Armour All?? (which is who I thought of as soon as I read your comments).
     
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    Yesterday was dark and rainy, so I decided to give my Impulse Blue Crewman a spit and polish. The paint is pretty good and smooth to touch, water beads when rinsed, and has been clay-barred previously, and polished generally after every long trip, so it was not a biggy.

    I usually polish my cars in the garage on a bright day, but yesterday I put the ceiling lights on and after finishing noticed some water marks/spots on the bonnet, and the more I looked the more I found. These water marks are not noticeable in outside light, and appear to resist more polishing. The polish used was Eagle1 liquid canuba, which, on reading this thread seems ‘not right’.

    Can somebody recommend a polish to get rid of these watermarks, and a result that is good as the photos in this thread.
     
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    new holden buyer since 1970 best polish ever for them is nufinish by the length of the strip
     

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