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Turtle Wax Premium Grade Polishing Compound

Premium grade polishing compound restores car finish to a showroom shine and lustreRemoves swirl marks, minor scratches and light oxidationClear coat safe532 mL
Average Customer Rating:
4.333 out of 5
4.3
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Turtle Wax Premium Grade Polishing Compound
Review 1 for Turtle Wax Premium Grade Polishing Compound
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Location:GTA (Ontario)

Works as advertised

Date:June 29, 2013
"This stuff is great. Was afraid of using something too harsh on our brand new car. But it got rid of the dealer-inflicted scratches and swirls easily (they used a brush - don't let your dealer wash your car!) and the paint looked great after buffing. Watched a video on how to apply. Use only light pressure and back and forth movements (no circular motions)."
+3points
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Review 2 for Turtle Wax Premium Grade Polishing Compound
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4 out of 5
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Location:London, ON, Canada

MAGIC!

Date:September 27, 2012
"It works great and doesn't take a lot of force. I buffed out a bunch of scuff marks and paint marks... and it worked on my headlight lenses!"
+3points
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Review 3 for Turtle Wax Premium Grade Polishing Compound
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4 out of 5
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Location:Edmonton, AB

Needs better instructions

Date:June 10, 2011
"I found the instructions on the bottle a bit vague. It doesn't say much beyond "squirt stuff on car, rub it around with a cloth or sponge, wipe off". No description of how hard to rub it, how much to use, etc.
To get any reasonable effect I had to wrap a thin cloth around a wooden block and use that to rub it on to the car surface. When wiping it off, I also had to make 100% to get it all off else it seems to leave swirls."
-4points
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