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Old 04-13-2014, 05:07 PM   #1
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Hd Adapt Review

Hey guys,
I recently purchased Hd Adapt which is a "Multi-Surface Adaptive Compounding Polish". It's not the most popular product out on the market but it really should be! Compared to Meguiar's Ultimate compound it's incredibly better. There's absolutely no dust produced and it wipes off with ease. I tried it on a client's gti and with only 4 section passes with an orange pad and porter cable 7424xp i was able to remove maybe 95% of the imperfections. The paint was optically clear and sparkling so a second buff with a finishing polish wasn't necessary. It really can be a one-step product in many situations and was an absolute breeze to use. I highly recommend adding Hd adapt to your detailing arsenal! The car was topped with Menzerna Color Lock.
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