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Old 02-11-2013
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Is Pakshak going to be selling this anytime soon? I hear good things!
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M101 is really nice. Finishes up cleaner than 105 with awesome cutting abilities. We did a recently purchased used work truck using a combination of 101 and D300 with my Rupes LHR15! I love it! Though a bit more expensive I think its my new "go to" in replacement of 105. I'm sure I'm going to use up my stock before I can sell them. LOL I need to find 101 in gallons!!!!!!
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Hows it compare to D300? I like D300 over 105 because it seems to work a lot easier with the DA and not be so finicky and fast-to-dry. I like the idea of 101 being virtually dust free although D300 doesn't dust too bad.
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I think i also read 101 has no fillers where I believe D300 has some?
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Yes I notice filling with D300. Its subjective to the paint system your working with in terms D300 to 101. Some will come up just fine with D300 where some it will fall just short. The 101 cuts very well with very little dusting as you mentioned but still leaves a bit of haze on softer and darker paint. But can become flawless on other paints. MUCH better than 105. I'll be doing a red Tacoma next so we'll see how it works and looks on warm colored vehicles.
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