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11-21-2014, 04:33 AM
Just used this wax and glaze on my srt8 jeep, very impressed.. Was curious, I used a DA polisher, applied, let it haze and wiped off... I also read that's some people apply and work it into the paint like a polish at a speed at 4-5... Is that a good idea and is this product made for that considering its a wax...

Cal Blacksmith
11-21-2014, 05:49 AM
I have a bottle of Deep reflection to play with but have not had the chance yet, I do apply Wet Mirror with a DA buffer and get great results. I like the thin application you get with the buffer but I am undecided about "working it in" more than just getting a thin coat.

Thanks for the report back on Deep reflection, I look forward to giving it a try. I bought it to use as a one step for car owners that do not want the whole process.

11-25-2014, 10:27 AM
I have used Deep Reflections to correct, but don't expect more than light swirl correction. A white pad and speed 5 on the Porter Cable seemed to work ok. I would compare it to Meguiars "Cleaner Wax" as it cleans, fills, and protects. You can't work it very long as it hazes quickly but it will remove some swirls.

11-25-2014, 02:40 PM
For waxing with a DA I use a slower speed like 2-3 with no downward pressure, only 2-3 passes max, just to spread it thinly and evenly. It's not a polish & as was said it hazes quickly.