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Old 10-22-2002, 10:46 AM   #1
cnk
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Default Finish First Polish

I haven't ever seen anyone here post about using Finish First Polish so I'll post a little review. Got some a little while back and had the first chance to use it this past weekend. I started by washing the car with Dawn dishwashing detergent to strip all the wax from the car. I then pulled the car into the garage and towel dried it with some terry towels. Put on one thin coat and let it sit for about 5 hours. Then put on another coat and let it sit overnight. In total, I let it sit for 24 hours from the time of the first application.

According to the directions, the longer you let it sit, the deeper the shine. When I finally wiped off the polish with a clean terry towel, I was left with a shine that is deep and glossy. Running your finger across it is slick and glassy. I'd highly recommend using this product if you have the time. I know many people recommend Zaino, but I found Finish First to be a lot easier to use.

My cousin has been using it on his IS300 since the day he got his car and 2 years late, his car still looks like it did the first day he got it. You can check them out at www.finishfirstpolish.com

Calvin
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