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Old 13-08-13, 06:06 PM   #1
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Default Need a polish that does not leave white residue ?

Hi.

I have been working on my 307 i normally use autoglym resin polish but i have hit a snag

The bonnet and bumper are heavily stone chipped some go into the colour but not the primer its these that i have a problem with

The car is maroon metallic and when i polish the bonnet it leaves residue white deposit in the lacquer chip marks.

So any one know of something that either leaves a clear residue or something that removes the white bits left over without compromising the bonnet prior to sealant please.

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Old 13-08-13, 06:15 PM   #2
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I always used Turtlewax Colour magic

New Car Turtle Wax Colour Magic Colour Enhance Dark Red Polish Wax + Chipstick | eBay

Not the most expensive nor is it the worlds greatest polish but I always got good results especially after you have built up a few layers and as its coloured when it dries it's not as noticeable as white polish
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have a look on here:
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Thank you i have ordered some poor boys sounds good for dark cars
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Me too, black colour magic type polish. Leaves black in the stonechips.
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I would suggest joining Detailing world forum. Those guys will sort you out. I wealth of knowledge !
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The poor boys is decent and easy to apply so fixed up for now thanks

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