Hey guys and gals, I don't usually use an all in one type product but rather polish or compound and polish when I work on others vehicles.
I was in a in pinch and picked up the Mirror Bright Polishing Wax. It does contain SMAT abrasives and it's been stated that the cut level is between white wax and black wax but lasts much longer than both. White Wax having the most cut.
I was originally going to just do an AIO on my aunt's Lexus as she said the paint was in bad shape. I was not expecting it to have sever oxidation on the hood, roof and trunk. I was curious to see what MB polishing wax was capable of.
I transferred a little of the wax into one of the Meguiar's bottles with the self cleaning tip. Much better than the standard cap that is on the bottle of the wax. Allows one to control the amount coming out of the bottle with the self cleaning tip bottle.
I used a Meguiar's burgundy foam cutting disc on my Rupes LHR15 Mark 2. Used it at a speed of 4. Went over the hood a few passes to see how the polishing wax would do. Well check out the video of the results. This was my initial test spot. Unfortunately the paint was too hammered and I proceeded with compounding and polishing the areas that had oxidation and polished the areas that did not. The paint will be sealed with ultimate fast finish.
I was impressed with the combo of MB polishing wax on a cutting pad.