Magic sponge recommendations

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Magic sponge recommendations

Post by scalesg » Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:13 pm

Hello all, hope all yout Alpinas are looking lovely!!

Can anyone recommend a good magic sponge? Or are they all much of a muchness?

Fortunately, not for my car!!

I need it to get some blue paint off a black Audi!

And also, is it worth using it on a bit of the wing where it looks as if it has been keyed? Or use something different?

Thank as always.
E46 B3S Saloon
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Post by rc944 » Mon Jun 04, 2018 7:55 pm

dont do it. they are seriously abrasive and will remove your clear coat / lacquer. dont ask me how i know
Alpina E46 B3s Coupe
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Post by Fast3000 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 3:16 pm

Go for a clay bar with plenty of lubricant. For the car paint that is.
2004 BMW Alpina B3s 305hp
2018 Kia Sportage 180hp
2007 Z4M Coupe 343hp
2006 Audi 2.0T 200hp
2001 Golf GTI 150hp
Fiat Tipo GT 130hp
Various Fords!

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