I don't know if this is of interest to you but I bought the showroom shine from a certain shopping channel.No water needed just 2 microfibre cloths and you can do any part of the car.works for me.My car is silver
Because machine polishing is best suited to clearcoated painted metal, not human skin.wolsey said:Why not machine polish myself out of curiosity
I would clay the car and then use something like blackhole, which cleans and fills swirls in. Then top with a decent wax.wolsey said:Grey tit x155
just hoping for a good finish so prob have fill the swirls
what's a good machine polisher, seen a hilka on eBay seems cheap enough
OK fella, good choice with the Autoglym Super Resin Polish. It is a much under-rated product, whether by hand or machine. The reason why a lot of people give up with SRP, is that they find it produces a lot of dust. I used to find it myself, but the dust only happens if you use too much product. The key with it is less is more. Also, work the product until it looks like it has gone clear. When you have more time, for even better results, do multiple passes with the SRP.wolsey said:Got my autoglym resin and wax, got a detailer spray too as halfrauds are 3 for 2 on cleaning products.
Any tips before i try it out this weekend?