Autoglym SRP

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Leabrooks, Apr 27, 2014.

  1. Leabrooks

    Leabrooks Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Good stuff for CLEANING paintwork but even with a rotary polisher it will not cut any defects out of nano-ceramic MB clearcoat (post late 2003/2004) on metallic paint, I'm going to try G3 next (before splashing the cash on Menerza, 3M or Megs 105 and 205). That Mercedes clear coat is bloody hard stuff,normal 'car polish'; will not remove defects, SRP will mask them as it has fillers but but will also fill any stone chips or scratches with white filler making it look worse, especially on darker cars ( darkers greys, blues or black).
     
  2. norfolkngood

    norfolkngood Member

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    Have use AG SRP on many a car.

    Works best on lighter colour paint, good for filling small scratches but no miracle cure.
     
  3. Flying start

    Flying start Member

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    Don't wast your time on 3m it's way to chorcky buy scholl s17. s40 it has a longer work time as well

    Menzerna it very good stuff as well if using a rotary polisher then it's getting to know your pads and polish combo
     
  4. chrisdean

    chrisdean Hardcore MB Enthusiast

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    Never seen chalky spelt like that before.
     
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