Meguiar's Dual Action Cleaner Polish M83
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Product DescriptionThe Meguiar's Dual Action Cleaner Polish M83 will help you lightly clean and polish away imperfections with one easy to use formula! Over time some contamination can become lodged in between the micro ridges of the clear coat and they often times can not be removed with a simple wash and dry. This polish helps cleanse the clear coat of these contaminants, so it is free from debris and ready for the high-quality abrasives to safely remove light oxidation, swirls and other defects. The cream goes on easy and works extremely well with any dual action polisher. Once finished, you will be left with an optically clear finish! If you have any imperfections left after polishing, you may want to reach for a heavier polish/pad combo first for best results (i.e M85. Add the Meguiar's Dual Action Cleaner Polish M83 to your detailing collection today!
From The Label
- Removes light to medium swirls, stains, and oxidation
- Combines abrasive cleaner and pure, rich polish for deep gloss shine
- Effective, Buffered Abrasive cleaning removes defects without marring the finish
- Safe for every finish including clear coats
Fast, effective cleaner/polish leaves a deep gloss shine
SHAKE WELL. For use with DA Polisher (Dual Action) or Rotary Buffer. Work one section at a time. Dispense product onto cool surface. When working on uncured paint finish, apply product directly to the buffing pad and proceed to buff. Work product until nearly dry. Then wipe off excess with a clean, dry Meguiar's Ultimate Wipe (M9910) or 100% terry cloth towel.
Reviewed by David R. on 1/27/2020
Would they buy this item again? Yes
This is a phenomenal medium strength polish, I've used it with meguiars yellow foam polishing pad and their MT300 dual action polisher and it works great for defect removal and cleaning of the paint. Even managed to get some orange peel out of a silver 09 Toyota Tacoma. It finishes down fairly well although on darker colored cars or for perfectionist I would still finish it with m205 or M210 on a finishing or light cut pad as it does leave some slight swirls behind.