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    Default Quite possibly a product better than SRP

    Autobrite Direct have just released Extreme Glaze

    http://shop.autobritedirect.co.uk/ex...0ml-3605-p.asp

    For those on DW here is the link to show is capability

    http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...d.php?t=238668

    I am going to put an order in for this in the next few days and will give it a test once it arrives, if it is better than SRP then it is also cheaper. I am looking forward to giving this a try.

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    interesting ....nearly out of srp...

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    Certainly looks good. If it works as well as it seems I know a few cars would benefit.

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    Wounder if swirls will go by hand then

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    It doesn't remove swirls, it fills them in the same way SRP does.
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    That's what a mean I use srp al the time and not one has filled up lol

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    Well SRP will reduce swirls as it has a slight cutting action so can reduce them if used often.

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    Best use some more elbo grease

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    Who actually seriously uses SRP though, when I do a job on swirls, I remove them not fill them. So this product would be good for those who maybe "polish" their cars once or twice a year by hand, but don't go overboard with the procedure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan_BlackSRi View Post
    Who actually seriously uses SRP though, when I do a job on swirls, I remove them not fill them.
    Sort of agree with you. I use Megs Mirror Glaze Range to remove swirls but I still use SRP on my own car, which is pretty much swirl free anyway, when I want to apply polish then seal with wax. I still think SRP is one of the best AIO products out there.

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