05-24-2010, 10:38 AM
Originally Posted by tyler16
Hey guys, I'm a newb that has purchased a 07 BMW 750i with black paint. The detail guy I talked to said to get the light scratches or "spider webbing" as I call it out of my car was darn near impossible because it was black. Is this true? Seems like from what I have read here if one uses the right polish and pad anything is fixable. What is the best way to attack a black car? I have purchased meg 105 ,205 and the bfwd and am anxious to get started.
First of all, welcome to TID
. It is good to have another lamb join the fold (jk). This is a great place with a lot of very talented detailers.
You are correct in stating that with the right polish and pads you can correct just about any defect. The M105/205 combo is a great place to start. You can get amazing results with this. Also the BFWD is my all time favorite LSP for any color. What type of polisher do you have? Do you have a rotary or a DA/RO? I would call Angelo at PAC and he will get you started with the best possible package for your needs.
Good luck and be sure to post some pics.