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Old 09-09-2009, 03:00 PM   #1
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Polishes in "sample" sizes

Any of the vendors/sponsors or anyone else know of any places that sell polishes/waxes in smaller "sample" sizes? I'm wanting to try out a few different products for comparison and don't really want to invest too much into a specific product or product line without having tried it out first.
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I was looking for some of the Menzerna products - specifically the Super Intensive Polish or perhaps maybe even something more aggressive than that. I've got a few fairly deep scratches that I'm trying to get rid of on my car. The most aggressive setup I have right now is Optimum Compound with an orange pad (which really isn't that aggressive come to think of it). I want to jump a step up with a more aggressive polish (and then step up to a yellow pad if that doesn't reduce the scratch)
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