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    This is an excellent and incredibly educational read.

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    Re: Let's talk about "Total Cut"

    Mark: As you stated: "This is the type of guide that is worth getting printed out at Kinkos, laminated, and stuck in your detailing bag to stay with you where ever you go to detail. . . . . . . .

    As with the article Mike printed on the DA buffing 101 and now this article, I just finished printing it off and it's in a plastic liner, in my Detailing Information book that hangs on the wall of my shop. I'm not an expert with this "disease" of buffing so when I create a problem or need help in solving one, I always pull my book off the wall and with articles such as Mike writes, I can always count on finding a solution. IF the solution is not in my book then in my shop I also have a laptop that is extremely useful so I can log onto the forum/s and look for solutions that way also. Great information is a wealth of knowledge.

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    Re: Let's talk about "Total Cut"

    It's all clear to me now! Excellent article

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    Lightbulb Re: Let's talk about "Total Cut"

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemin8r View Post
    Great job putting this together Mike. This here really does give a good idea of how many variables there are.
    I just bought an rv it has a fiberglass. can I use that on my rv its an 06 and has oxidation on the front and back. I bought the med cut cleaner and polish you think that will work on my problem

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    Re: Let's talk about "Total Cut"

    I have a truck I hunt in. the truck is pretty scratched up, so I figure I can kind of practice on it to see what

    I can and cant do. would you start with the 105. thanks

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    Re: Let's talk about "Total Cut"

    Quote Originally Posted by mark o View Post
    I have a truck I hunt in. the truck is pretty scratched up, so I figure I can kind of practice on it to see what

    I can and cant do. would you start with the 105. thanks
    Hey Mark O,

    Are you using a DA Polisher or a Rotary Polisher? How severe would you say the scratches are? This will help us recommended a system or products to address the defects. You could also start your own thread & post some pictures of the truck also.

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    Re: Let's talk about "Total Cut"

    I have a wen rotary buffer. scratch x want work. most of them you can feel with your finger nail. if you would like I can take some pics and put on here.

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