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This is a discussion on Polishin Gone Bad? within the Detailing Forum forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by doublejz Actually heres the details on the pad. Yellow Compounding Pad - More aggressive cutting action than ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by doublejz
    Actually heres the details on the pad.

    Yellow Compounding Pad - More aggressive cutting action than the white pad. Use this pad to compound older vehicles with a dull, chalky or neglected finish. Use this pad with caution. Compounding can dull the surface (called compounding haze) which will require additional finish polishing to remove

    Now I notice this part that they had listed

    Use this pad with caution. Compounding can dull the surface (called compounding haze) which will require additional finish polishing to remove.

    anyway, yea the pad was brand new and I first applied the polish on at around 3 then turning it up to 4.5-5 to work it in/break it down.

    But after reading the pad description it looks like i did haze it over some.

    I think my other Yellow Pads, White Polishing Pads and Black Glazing/Finessing Pads should come tomorrow. I'm just gonna hope for the best and slap some Menzerna Intensive Polish on with the Yellow Pad then some Menzerna Final Polish II with the White Pad and finally some Meguiar's No. 7 Show Car Glaze with the Black Pad and gonna hope for the best
    yep, always start with the least aggressive stuff, and then decide if you need to step up to get the job done.

    like you said, finishing polish to remove the haze and youll be set.

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    I guess I paniced too soon. I still have to use the Black Pad with Meguiar's No. 7 Show Car Glaze, wash the dust off and wax it but heres how it turned out. Sorry for the ****ty pics, the camera didnt like all the bright lights.















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