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    Bringing sexy back...

    On my old 2005. Killer shine and very deep black. I was trying to find an analogy that doesn't sound racist but it's not happening.


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    Looks beautiful. What did you use?

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    3m finess it II, 3m perfect it, Makita HS buffer, 3m machine glaze, Meguires tech wax 2. I paid my father to do the buffing lol. Took him 1.5 to 2hrs.

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    Looks really nice the 3m products are hard to beat

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    3M is unbeatable but you definitely pay for it. I had this left over from panting my old race car. BTW NuFinish still seems to be the best wax for salt water and it's far cheaper.

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    Bling Bling....
    That's the best shine I've seen on a ski.
    I wouldn't want to take it out its so clean..

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    I used to use 3m compounds until I tried Auto Magic (way less expensive and works better)-- No. 110 after wet sanding (1200 grit 3m or higher) and no. 76 to start the shine-- then finish off with your wax of choice-- this is on gel coat. Here is a link: http://www.automagic.biz/

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    Looks really nice!

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    Very Nice!!!!!

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    Looks really nice. 3M is the way to go when painting and polishing

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