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    Bought myself a menzarno DA kit from clean your car, has anyone used the compounds before? I'm hoping everything arrives for a full detailing on Sunday but with high temperatures expected and no available cover I'm wondering if
    A: the paintwork will be too warm
    B: if these compounds dry easily in sunlight

    As this will be my first time detailing and using a DA I don't want to screw my paintwork

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    Yep, they are pretty much all I use. They are very good products, which pads did you get with them? Be aware that vectra paint is soft and you do not need a high cut to get a good finish, PF2500 (I think that is the first letters) is ideal on a polishing pad to do most of the correction. If it is not perfect after the first pass then have another go instead of going up the scale of polishes or compound. To get the ultra glossy finish use final finish 4000 on a finishing pad to get that great shine.

    Both factors could be a problem, if the paintwork is really hot the products will dry out to quick and they will not work as they are meant too.

    Hope that helps.

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    I got this kit as I thought it would give me everything needed for most cars if I ever do my parents etc

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/machin.../prod_522.html

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    PF2500 and the yellow pads will be more than enough on vectra paint

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    Cheers bud, hopefully I canmake some of the key marks around the door handles less noticeable and get rid of the trolley mark some knĪb put down the side the other week

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