Residue Removal – 60 Second Tip

March 28th, 2014

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“Hello, this is Rich at Polished Bliss and in this 60 Second Tip I’m going to show you how to remove product residue from freshly polished panels. Why on earth do I need to be shown this I hear you ask? Don’t I just buff it off with a microfibre towel? Well, the answer is yes, pretty much so, but if you use just a single towel to do this then you are at risk of spoiling your hard work. This is because a little bit of fresh product almost always finds its way into panel gaps as you work over and around them. This unspent residue remains full of sharp abrasives, so if it is dragged back out of the gaps and over the adjacent work area on a microfibre towel then it has the potential to inflict fresh marring. Fortunately, this pitfall is easy to avoid. Simply use two towels to buff each panel off; one to initially clean out the panel gaps, and a second to then buff off the main work area. Clearly you don’t want to mix these two towels up, so it’s a good idea to mark one of them so you can tell them apart. I hope this helps, but if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact us page of our website.”

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2 Responses to “Residue Removal – 60 Second Tip”

  1. says:

    Excellent video! Very illustrative.

  2. Chris Dyson says:

    What a simple but very important and effective tip. Thanks.

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