For heavy oxidation I start with 105 compound.
They usually have a harshness number on the left like you see on the left of the mirror glaze. That's actually a medium compound. I'm not sure if that compound you have is more or less abrasive. Either way you can see with your results on a year panel of each. You may find you can skip the mirror glaze.This is what I've got. I don't plan on buying other products.
So far the consensus is:
Clay bar, compound, polish, glaze, wax.
I most certainly will! I'll let my buddy use my DSLR; so much better than cell phone videos.Sounds like fun Brandon! I'd still like to take you up on that offer to take flight with you some time.
Shoot some video to share on your 4th flight! Can't wait to see that!
I picked up Ian's SCT XCAL II as part of the transmission deal. Is the PRP / BinaryEditor separate items needed?I am not sure what the PRP (or BinaryEditor if you prefer to go that route) costs nowadays but it will probably be $400 so. LaSota used to slel combos with his tuning manuals, the PRP and the programmer with a little bit of a discount..
Note: Custom tunes are not available for California residents - call for CA.