Used M205 today on a cobalt that wasnt all that bad. Really nice product!
2008 Toyota Corolla 5-spd
2005 Honda CRF250R
2002 kawasaki Ninja ZX9R
just used it on my 1999 dodge neon pics to follow i used ultra cut compound with rotary and then ultra finishing polish followed up by a synthetic sealant and i use synthetic spray detailer on a daily basis and nxt gen tech wax 2.0 once a month to keep it show car perfect meguiars keeps on impressing me by coming out with new products that make the gloss and shine even more shiny
sorry noob posting
I just bought the ultra finishing polish and i was wondering if this polish would substitute my third step which has always been the Meguiar's Scratch X 2.0?
I understand that both compounds remove scratches so would it be pointless to use the 2.0 scratch X?
ScratchX 2.0 will be stronger than #205.... so you would want to do your test spots with #205, and see if it is strong enough for your job. If not, then try the ScratchX.
'08 Subaru Legacy 2.5i SE - Newport Blue Pearl
oh really...M205 is really expensive and states that they will remove most scratches permanently. Paid a little over 100 bucks for it on the Meguiars direct website. Also I bought the synthetic wax.
so m105 is a better version of the scratch X 2.0? What pad would i use for this application?
Meguiar's M105 is FAR more aggressive than ScratchX and should only be used if the paint requires it. It is the strongest compound Meguiar's offers, but yet leaves a surprisingly good finish that requires only a light polish to remove its haze.
If you need M105, on a DA polisher I would use it with a W-8207 Polishing Pad. Follow this with M205 and a W-9207 Finishing Pad. Use speed 5 on the DA for both of these steps.
But here is the question: What kind of car are you working on? Can you post photos of the paint problems you are trying to solve etc???
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