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Re: Titanium Silver and waxing....... (archive)

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Posted by haud on October 08, 1999 at 09:50:36:

In Reply to: Titanium Silver and waxing....... posted by Hukser Football on October 08, 1999 at 08:52:03:

I used Meguairs wax on my titanium silver. It works well. I never use power buffer before so I don't know the pro and con. Also, I also used the clear coat cleaner before applying the wax to get surface clean and help reduce swirl before applying the wax.

BTW, most BMW dealer uses Meguairs product on the car for detailing.

: Just wondered if anyone is using a "specialty wax" their Silver 323/8? I understand that some waxes work better on the lighter colors but Im not sure what to get. Your opinions would be appreciated.!!

: Also on my "less expensive" cars I have previously owned I always used a power buffer when waxing, Is there any reason I shouldnt continue to use it on my new 323Ci.

: Thanks in Advance.........Colin




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