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Good Black Polish for Black Car (90K, failry stone chipped)

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by _a3sport, Aug 31, 2013.

  1. _a3sport

    _a3sport Member

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    On recommendation I polished my car with Autoglym Ultra Deep Shine. It did look good but I have lots of stone chips on car due to motorway driving and they filled with the white polish. Many washes later they are still pretty white. Can anyone recommend a polish/wax which is black in colour and will help fill these holes, rather than make them stand out more. Looking for 1 stage. I do have an old bottle of Black Turtle Wax Colour Magic Plus, must be 8 years old so there's probably a better product out there.

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  2. RobbieWebs

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    I highly recommend Angelwax Dark Angel.
    It's black in colour and covers a lot of imperfections.
    Smells great as well.
    Here are a few pics of my bonnet to show u what it can achieve -

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    After claying and Dark Angel 2 coats -

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    Deffo amazing results on black cars :)
     
  3. shariain

    shariain Well-Known Member

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    I would say use either poorboys black hole or chemical guys blacklight both of these are glazes they will mask some of your imperfections then after I polished using one of the above I would then apply 2 coats of wax and as per the previous reply I would use angel wax.

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    These were taken after a coating of Poorboys Blackhole and 2 coats of Angel Wax Halo
     
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    blimey I need some of this stuff, what did you use to apply and remove it?
     
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    Just used a foam applicator to apply and microfibre cloth to take it off. 1 panel at a time.
    Probably better with a plush microfibre to take it off with tbh :)
    Honestly I didn't expect it to cover and leave such a finish m8 :)
     
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    Thanks, Black Hole and Dark Angel it is then.
     
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    As said, Poorboys black hole is superb
     
  10. leeds2592

    leeds2592 When I grow up, I want a 964!

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    Prima Amigo then a couple of layers of Vics Concours wax for me. Makes black look awesome!
     
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    I've just bought this Prima Amigo and 1st impressions are very good....great base layer to put a good wax over. Im gonna try it on Eriks A4 when it comes in for a freshen up before his next show.
     
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    everytime I go to order the prima its out of stock so I end up with something else.
     

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