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Old 01-06-2009, 01:48 AM
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M205 vs M80

So I've read in a couple threads where it has been suggested to try M205 over M80. Hopefully this is a dumb question, but does that mean to make a pass with M80 and then a pass with M205? Or does it mean to use M205 before using M80? I can see where M205 might be suggested for use before trying M80 because it looks to be the less aggressive product. Thanks
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Lol, they mean to try using M205 instead of M80. M80 is a fantastic product that has been around for a LONG LONG time, but M205 is the latest and greatest ultra fine polish Meguiar's has to offer and it is supposed to be a little easier to work with, and in most cases should also yield superior results.
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What Lumadar said is correct.

The reason they suggest this is because it is technically less aggressive than M80 but can perform just as well if not better than M80
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You guys are killing me, lol M80 is one of my favorite products. Now I have to try m205.
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You guys are killing me, lol M80 is one of my favorite products. Now I have to try m205.
There are a handful of us here in the same boat (including me) who have a good amount of 80 and now we want to go try 205 haha.
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Old 01-06-2009, 10:58 PM
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There are a handful of us here in the same boat (including me) who have a good amount of 80 and now we want to go try 205 haha.
Yep you can count me in this category as well. I need to place an order anyways because I'm out of hyper dressing and I also want to pick up some black wow.

Thanks for the replies all.
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...I need to place an order anyways because I'm out of hyper dressing ...
Shame on you! Haha. You'll like Black Wow. Seems expensive until you first use it. For one you'll love it and two, the bottle will last you a long time.
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