Removing fine scratches- advice please

bretti_kivi

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t-cut is too coarse. I personally use Menzerna medium cut if I absolutely have to to get rid of the fine stuff and then a polish over the top (like their fine finish / "super finish plus". After clay then Autoglym EGP to seal and Collinite 476 to protect.
Shine is awesome and lasts well. Haven't actually needed to buff the A2 *at all* - from nearly-new - after using two layers of wax twice a year, claying once. The A2 paint is really hard.
 

kp 115

Member
t-cut is too coarse. I personally use Menzerna medium cut if I absolutely have to to get rid of the fine stuff and then a polish over the top (like their fine finish / "super finish plus". After clay then Autoglym EGP to seal and Collinite 476 to protect.
Shine is awesome and lasts well. Haven't actually needed to buff the A2 *at all* - from nearly-new - after using two layers of wax twice a year, claying once. The A2 paint is really hard.
Hi brett_kivi,
The collinite 476 longevity is amazing & gives excellent winter protection.
Regards
Keith.
 

bretti_kivi

Member
agreed. The watery snow at the beginning of the year just falls off and there's very few serious scratches despite regular brushing through the winter. Also seems to protect the super-soft Suzuki paint quite nicely, too. Tin is also only half empty despite being probably 10 years old :)
 
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