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#5: 12-02-2012, 07:43 AM
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Also search for AIO products.
I am using Optimum Polymer stuff with good results.
I agree M105/205 for serious correction, but something like
Poli-Seal might be the ticket for you. I am also looking for good
results in less time. I've been using Optimum No Rinse car wash
with great results.

Lots of good info that will help you in the forums.
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