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Old 10-27-2004, 11:26 AM
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The only compound in my shops is Meguiar's, And finish up with there speed glaze. It's what most every one on the show circuit uses.

I like it because it is paint shop safe.

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Re: buffing problems

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i can tell you one of the most effective compounds out there is the 3m perfect it 3 compound it is a very good all around compound , for many it will be their favorite which allows you to go from this rubbing compound directly to glazing in two simple steps without the normal mess of traditional compounds it is similar to the finess it 2 compound with a bit more agressive cut. used with the 3m white cutting pad you will acheive exellent results quickly and beautifully
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Hey BarryK...where did you hear that? Nobody tells me anything.I have used 3m Perfect-it for years now. Oh well....whata ya gonna do HUH?
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Its fact, I first herd about a year ago that there were problems
(health wise) Than the official announcement came about 4 weeks ago. Here the best part pricing on the replacement stuff is $100 a gallon (yellow sheet user price) Just saw that Thursday at warehouse.
It will be good six months before existing product runs out.
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