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Old 10-03-2012, 09:25 PM
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Try using the wool to just rid of your sand scratches, and use a spur to clean pad often, Then I would switch to a foam pad, they make different ones so you will need to decide, Wash car from all the previous compound before you use the foam and the next polish, Usually around 1000-1200 rpm, work a panel at a time and also clean that pad often also, a toothbrush type brush works great, Polish to a high gloss watching your product and the surface. Good luck.
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