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Old 11-17-2011, 05:46 PM   #3189
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Originally Posted by Greg@DetailedImage.com View Post
You may want to then try the M205 with a white pad to get a little more polishing power to remove that haze. If you can test that combo out on a small area where you are seeing the buffer trails.

As for the cause the pad may have been a bit dry or too much pressure. When a pad is brand new use a little extra polish so the pad doesn't have dry spots. Another solution some like is spraying a tiny mist of quick detailer (i.e. Poorboy's World Spray and Wipe) on the pad before hand.

Hopefully this helps!

Greg @ DI
This is all helping, thank you! Maybe if I have extra time and money this spring, I'll have a pro do it
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