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    Hi all
    I use Autoglym super resin polish, but i have just been looking on there web and seen
    Ultra deep shine polish
    my car is black so would this be better to use ?
    What do others use on here and what color car do you have
    Open to suggestions
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    I do have some AG, but I mostly use Meguiars, gold polish, #3 machine polish, #7 show car glaze, #9 swirl removers, #20 sealant, and #16 wax. My car is Star Silver, black can be got up absolutely stunning - poorboys black hole is supposed to be very good.

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    Srp is a universal filler polish it will work on pretty well on any kind and colour paint ,Uds is similar to srp the only difference being it does nt have any filler properties to speak of , but it does have the advantage of being designed for dark coloured cars .Depending on the state of your paintwork ;ie swirl marks etc either would be adequate for you . alternatately you might want to move away from auto glym and go for some thing like dodo lime prime or zaino fusion as an alternative to srp and top it of with poorboys blackhole or jetseal 109.
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    I bought some UDS at the weekend as I start to detail my black sapphire Vectra I was very pleased in general with it.

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    I have Black cars, I use megs polish and wax....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobssignum View Post
    Srp is a universal filler polish it will work on pretty well on any kind and colour paint ,Uds is similar to srp the only difference being it does nt have any filler properties to speak of , but it does have the advantage of being designed for dark coloured cars .Depending on the state of your paintwork ;ie swirl marks etc either would be adequate for you . alternatately you might want to move away from auto glym and go for some thing like dodo lime prime or zaino fusion as an alternative to srp and top it of with poorboys blackhole or jetseal 109.
    hope this helps
    regards bob
    What i like about A/Glym is it does not leave the rubbers white like some polishes
    How does these polishes compare you mention please
    Jacko

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacko52 View Post
    What i like about A/Glym is it does not leave the rubbers white like some polishes
    How does these polishes compare you mention please
    Jacko
    You will find the likes of the zaino and blackhole a lot easier to work with compared to srp , lime prime can be a little awkward to use by hand but is brilliant with a polisher and the jetseal you will find very similar to srp when applied by hand but very good with a machine . srp i find leaves behind chalky deposits none of the above do this
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobssignum View Post
    srp i find leaves behind chalky deposits none of the above do this
    As do most AG products!!!!

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    I find chalky deposits is down to applying it too thickly.
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