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My Kuga is Panther Black and we all know how hard they are to clean but when you get a scratch it feels like a kick in the *****. I recently got a scratch from a kiddies scooter handlebar which was about 30cm in length and stuck out like a sore thumb on my rear offside bumper. The longer you keep a car the chances of further scratches grows so I decided to invest in a Meguiars DA polisher........what a great decision, I have polished out the scratch and the finish is so good you could shave in the reflection......not a cheap machine but over time it will definitely pay for itself.
 

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There was another post where the guy used aMegs, is that the best machine?

Also, besides cars what do you find yourself using it for? Anything else?
 

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I use a Das 6 Pro. With the right pads, compounds and polishes, you be amazed at the results. I practiced on an old bonnet from a scr*pyard before letting loose on my Kuga's
 

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I’ve been out of the main game for a couple years now but I think the McGuire’s DA is the same as DAS6, they are a great noob machine, hard to create heat spots and will Give very good results, I started with one and it was great, I then upgraded For side business purposes as I needed a lesser fatiguing and quicker results.
if you need any more advice just get in touch
 
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