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#48: 09-12-2012, 10:38 AM
 
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Originally Posted by Pako View Post
Nope, no smears it is still a bit hazy. Upon closer inspection I could actually see where I could knock it down a little more. I am a little apprehensive to get too aggressive for fear of getting past the clear, but am told from the body shop that unless I am wet sanding, there isn't anything I should be concerned about.

I do think the jump from XMT4 to XMT1 is too quick. I will look locally for maybe a Meguiar's product that will be in the middle somewhere that will be close the XMT2. Shipping time from Autogeek about killed me before.
Meguiar's Ultimate Compound is something you can find locally. It is a really great polish that fits somewhere in the middle of the scale. I've had great success with it and it polishes away it's own haze brilliantly. Just keep working it till it starts to spit out little clumps of polish. That is how you know it is done doing its thing.
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