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Is FG400 now called "Heavy Cut 400"? Having a hard time finding FG400.

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Yes it is. They renamed their products. Here is a chart with the old and new names.

http://www.detailedimage.com/Menzerna-Polishing-Chart/


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Yes it is. They renamed their products. Here is a chart with the old and new names.

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So should I get SF3500 or SF3800 in place of SF4000? Or should I get the old SF4000 since it is still available in the quart size bottle?

Also, There doesn't seem to be a RED Lake Country polishing pad...should I get the BLUE instead?


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Any of the polishes you mentioned will be fine for a finishing polish. I use sf 4000. A blue pad for the finishing polish is fine.


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Welp..... pulled the trigger on some detailing goods. I am a newbie to this self-detailing but am pumped to get into this and keep the paint on my new TRD PRO and wife's RX 350 in tip top shape!

Ordered a truckload of stuff today, so now its just the pressure to make sure my wife's car looks fantastic when I finish with it so I can justify this expense! haha

I ordered:
(1x) Griot's Garage Random Orbital Polisher 6" with a 5" backing plate (only 1 is fine, or do I need to get a 2nd plate?)
(2x) Uber 5 pack foam pad 5.5 inch (assorted color pack)
(1x) Adam's Detail Spray
(1x) 1Z einszett Plastic Deep Cleaner
(1x) Nanoskin Glide Autoscrub System Lube
(1x) 6" Nanoskin autoscrub 6" fine grade foam pad for DA polisher (Do i need to get a larger backing plate for this, or will using the 5" plate be OK?)
(1x) Adams Super VRT
(1x) Sonax Gloss Shampoo Concentrate
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(1x) Menzerna SF 4500 Final finish
(1x) Menzerna SIP 1500
(1x) Menzerna Power Lock Sealant
(2x) Chemical Guys Wool wash mitt
(1x) Uber 10-pack no name MF Towel 16x16


So...... i think I got everything I'm needing for a good detail job, inside and out, yeah? Please critique/comment/suggestions if you see something missing from my order that could be somewhat necessary.

Thanks, dudes for all the info, lots of stuff learned from reading through all these posts from the last couple of years - amazing!
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Welp..... pulled the trigger on some detailing goods. I am a newbie to this self-detailing but am pumped to get into this and keep the paint on my new TRD PRO and wife's RX 350 in tip top shape!

Ordered a truckload of stuff today, so now its just the pressure to make sure my wife's car looks fantastic when I finish with it so I can justify this expense! haha

I ordered:
(1x) Griot's Garage Random Orbital Polisher 6" with a 5" backing plate (only 1 is fine, or do I need to get a 2nd plate?)
(2x) Uber 5 pack foam pad 5.5 inch (assorted color pack)
(1x) Adam's Detail Spray
(1x) 1Z einszett Plastic Deep Cleaner
(1x) Nanoskin Glide Autoscrub System Lube
(1x) 6" Nanoskin autoscrub 6" fine grade foam pad for DA polisher (Do i need to get a larger backing plate for this, or will using the 5" plate be OK?)
(1x) Adams Super VRT
(1x) Sonax Gloss Shampoo Concentrate
(1x) Sonax Full Effect Wheel Cleaner
(1x) Uber detail boar's hair brush
(1x) Wheel Woolie
(2x) 5 gal bucket
(2x) grit guard bucket inserts
(1x) Menzerna SF 4500 Final finish
(1x) Menzerna SIP 1500
(1x) Menzerna Power Lock Sealant
(2x) Chemical Guys Wool wash mitt
(1x) Uber 10-pack no name MF Towel 16x16


So...... i think I got everything I'm needing for a good detail job, inside and out, yeah? Please critique/comment/suggestions if you see something missing from my order that could be somewhat necessary.

Thanks, dudes for all the info, lots of stuff learned from reading through all these posts from the last couple of years - amazing!
It's hard for me to think about detailing this time of year here in the Northeast but here it goes. 1,5" backing plate is enough. It will also be fine with the nanoskin. You might want to pick up some more pads and microfiber towels. I go through 2 sets of pads while polishing and 1 pad while sealing. The pads get caked up with spent polish about midway through the Tundra. You can never have to many microfibers! I use 2 to 3 per polishing and sealing step. Then you need some for the interior, wheels, tires, etc. A good drying microfiber is also nice to have.

A little tip. Sonax Full Effect is good but you can pickup Eagle One a2z all wheel and tire cleaner at Walmart for around 4 bucks a bottle. I feel it works better than the Sonax at a fraction of the cost.

Other than that looks like you have a great order comming your way.


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Awesome, thanks! I just realized..... i font have leather stuff for both mine and my wife's interior. Suggestions?
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Awesome, thanks! I just realized..... i font have leather stuff for both mine and my wife's interior. Suggestions?
The deep plastic cleaner will clean it nicely. For protectant try 303 aerospace protectant. I have not used it on leather but I would imagine it would do a fine job. @Jumbojet any recomendations? You might want to pick up 303 anyway for other interior plastics. It's great stuff and leaves a subtle shine that I really like.


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Any of the polishes you mentioned will be fine for a finishing polish. I use sf 4000. A blue pad for the finishing polish is fine.
Looks like SF3500 is replacing SF4000, but there is also an SF3800...I'm just going to go with the SF3500. Can you tell me about how many times I can do my truck with an 8oz bottle of Heavy Cut 400 and an 8oz bottle of SF3500?


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Looks like SF3500 is replacing SF4000, but there is also an SF3800...I'm just going to go with the SF3500. Can you tell me about how many times I can do my truck with an 8oz bottle of Heavy Cut 400 and an 8oz bottle of SF3500?
8 Oz will last for a while. You will use more because you are a newbie.


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Can you tell me about how many times I can do my truck with an 8oz bottle of Heavy Cut 400 and an 8oz bottle of SF3500?
It depends how many defects you have and % correction you want to do. You will need a bit more than 8 oz but probably no more than 32 oz. Hell at least you would more for a future use. I have a black tundra and I finished the truck off with SF3800 until I got a zero defect. It took me about 3 days but worth it in the end.


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Welp..... pulled the trigger on some detailing goods. I am a newbie to this self-detailing but am pumped to get into this and keep the paint on my new TRD PRO and wife's RX 350 in tip top shape!

Ordered a truckload of stuff today, so now its just the pressure to make sure my wife's car looks fantastic when I finish with it so I can justify this expense! haha

I ordered:
(1x) Griot's Garage Random Orbital Polisher 6" with a 5" backing plate (only 1 is fine, or do I need to get a 2nd plate?)
(2x) Uber 5 pack foam pad 5.5 inch (assorted color pack)
(1x) Adam's Detail Spray
(1x) 1Z einszett Plastic Deep Cleaner
(1x) Nanoskin Glide Autoscrub System Lube
(1x) 6" Nanoskin autoscrub 6" fine grade foam pad for DA polisher (Do i need to get a larger backing plate for this, or will using the 5" plate be OK?)
(1x) Adams Super VRT
(1x) Sonax Gloss Shampoo Concentrate
(1x) Sonax Full Effect Wheel Cleaner
(1x) Uber detail boar's hair brush
(1x) Wheel Woolie
(2x) 5 gal bucket
(2x) grit guard bucket inserts
(1x) Menzerna SF 4500 Final finish
(1x) Menzerna SIP 1500
(1x) Menzerna Power Lock Sealant
(2x) Chemical Guys Wool wash mitt
(1x) Uber 10-pack no name MF Towel 16x16


So...... i think I got everything I'm needing for a good detail job, inside and out, yeah? Please critique/comment/suggestions if you see something missing from my order that could be somewhat necessary.

Thanks, dudes for all the info, lots of stuff learned from reading through all these posts from the last couple of years - amazing!
To do the whole truck you will need at least 2 pads each ((2) for compounding/correcting defects and 2 for finishing) for big panels to be efficiency and save you time. IMO the 4" pads work best overall for our trucks with 5" at most. Our panels have many curvatures.
Lake country pads are my preferred pads (orange or green for compounding and black/grey for overall Polishing. Your best bet for sealant is a blue Menzerna Power Lock Sealant could probably go with blue or red for finishing.

You can also get more backing plates for the tighter spaces IE 3.5" Dual Action Flexible Backing for the 4" pads and 3 Inch Dual Action Flexible Backing Plate and use 3" pads for even more tighter spaces.
You need a good LED light to see the true condition of your paint
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You will be surprised that choosing a good microfiber towel will take you a long way without scratching and marring your polish job. I like Supreme 530 Microfiber Towel for removing the polish or Gold Plush Jr. Microfiber Towel for removing the product when you compound/correcting defects.

Best place to learn about detailing is a detailing forum


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To do the whole truck you will need at least 2 pads each ((2) for compounding/correcting defects and 2 for finishing) for big panels to be efficiency and save you time. IMO the 4" pads work best overall for our trucks with 5" at most. Our panels have many curvatures.
Lake country pads are my preferred pads (orange or green for compounding and black/grey for overall Polishing. Your best bet for sealant is a blue Menzerna Power Lock Sealant could probably go with blue or red for finishing.

You can also get more backing plates for the tighter spaces IE 3.5" Dual Action Flexible Backing for the 4" pads and 3 Inch Dual Action Flexible Backing Plate and use 3" pads for even more tighter spaces.
You need a good LED light to see the true condition of your paint
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You will be surprised that choosing a good microfiber towel will take you a long way without scratching and marring your polish job. I like Supreme 530 Microfiber Towel for removing the polish or Gold Plush Jr. Microfiber Towel for removing the product when you compound/correcting defects.

Best place to learn about detailing is a detailing forum
Do you use this particular Lake Country Pad?
Lake Country Hybrid Power Finish 5 Inch Pads 6 Pack


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Wow! Great first order....very impressive. The others have given you great tips and advice. However, they've left out the most important tip....the savings! Based on your list, I assume this is an order from Detailers Domain? If so, use coupon code NEWBIE for 15% off.

An amazing leather cleaner is Einszettes Deep Plastic Cleaner. Follow that with Einszettes Leather Care to seal and protect and leave a supple finish.

Again, great list.....enjoy and please post pics!

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Lake Country Hybrid Power Finish 5 Inch Pads 6 Pack
I use the CCS lake country, Thin Pro, and 3" flat.


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Wow! Great first order....very impressive. The others have given you great tips and advice. However, they've left out the most important tip....the savings! Based on your list, I assume this is an order from Detailers Domain? If so, use coupon code NEWBIE for 15% off.

An amazing leather cleaner is Einszettes Deep Plastic Cleaner. Follow that with Einszettes Leather Care to seal and protect and leave a supple finish.

Again, great list.....enjoy and please post pics!

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Nice.... yeah, I got 20% off from first order with "welcome20" code. Thanks for leather advice and other tips. Maybe I will order 1 more set of pads.

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