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Thanks, just ordered the loose mops as well from flannel. The white rouge I was told is the finest for nickel/stainless and the yellow for brass/copper. Can the yellow be used on nickel/stainless as well effectively?
Thanks so much for your input, need all the help I can get.
Originally Posted by ecosnige
OMG mate plz dont use the harsh stitched mops on your plated gg you will strip it fast, You need WDR mops or loose cotton mops they are not stitched at all and are soft.They are for mirror glass finish the stitched mops you are showing are quite harsh they are not really for finishing.
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Just watched the vid above the loose mop he uses on the end is what you need to be using.
i use blue compound on a loose cotton mop then after that id move onto a wdr fine mirror glass finish with yellow the finest there is used for extreamly light final cut and a perfect flawless finish.
Also never mix compounds on dif mops they are for certain mops
Never take life too seriously. Nobody gets out alive anyway.
Also the softer mops are much safer to be polishing over the engravings thought id add that hehe
Never polish over the engravings; protect them and then polish. I can't say it strongly enough....learn about buffs, rouge, AND TECHNIQUES before polishing your GGTS. There are a lot of GGTS's out there that have been abused by enthusiastic owners. Please be careful.....