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Old 01-17-2005   #1  
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Thumbs up ***Meguiar's ColorX clear coat polish***

This stuff is KILLER!!!! Cost only $10 at target, wal-mart, etc. Works like wax. Spread a nice thick layer over the entire car, let dry, then buff off. Here's the best part: It comes off sooooo easy! Whoever's waxed their car knows, and regrets when they've put on a wax coat too thick, it's a pain to buff. This stuff, i can't even explain what it does! It brings the color of your car back from the dead, or vacation, or wherever it went!! So far, i've put 2 coats on my car, and NO MORE SWIRLS!! The color came right back to life!! After 2 coats of this stuff, it looks like i've spent all day waxing! I'm not saying don't wax your car, i use meguiars Gold class clear coat wax every other week, but use this in between waxes. I went crusing this evening to meet my significant other, and this baby shines like a disco ball at night! So give it a try! You won't regret it! Sorry if i seem so overly excited about this stuff, but after a few uses with it yourself, you'll be the same way.
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nice! that stuff just hides the scratches and swirls. they are still there. Only way to remove the swirls is with a machine. Just keep it waxed and i guess you wont have to worry about swirls.
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wet sanding takes care of the scratchs. Big deal if it just hides them. If i don't have to see it, then great! Waxing won't get rid of ALL the swirls. This stuff buffs them out like crazy! Just try it out.
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what grid of sanding paper do u use for wetsanding for scratches?
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sawweeeeeeeeeeeeeet... thats what all be doing on my day off
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I have some pics of the car after 2 coats, *warning: Sunglasses required*, but i'll have to wait til' i get home to post them. I'm at school in my automotive program right now, then i have work immediatly afterward.
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Next Time Bring Pics!!!
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they're with me! But there no way to get the pics from my digicams memory card, to this caveman computer these people use here!
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i'mma try one..(haven't waxed my car for so long..lol)
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The car was dull w/ swirls before.................now, even the pictures don't do it justice!!

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I have used Colorx before and it does an amzaing job! Use it as a base coat then wipe off and apply Eagle One Nano wax. The shine is amazing.
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