I believe to understand the principle SMAT. So, abrasives do not degrade. Thus, me work the polish the time which I consider necessary to make the correction? It is with the experience that I am going to know the necessary time with the combination pad, pressure, speed?
On the other hand, I use a polish at the end of finish with DA PC to obtain swirl free and a great brilliant finish. M205 is more abrasive than M82. Abrasives are then less fine? So, the finish should be less completed, less brilliant-glossy?
Can you explain to me what have the reasons to choose more new series M205-M105 compared with M82-M80-M83?
It is difficult to understand the utility or the exact differences of each of the abrasives to make the corrections that we need...
Is it the series M82, M80 and M83 are going to disappear?
Is this new series effective on paints scratch resistant?
The M205 work as well in the hand as the M09 or better?
M205 is not available in Canada?
What product is the ideal in the situation that a customer asks for a simple wax application but for no complete treatment of decontamination with the clay bar? A product to clean the in-depth paint faster than the clay bar (but probably less effective but better than anything).