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Old 12-30-2007, 12:25 AM   #1
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Rubbing compound & heavy durty polish selection

I'm going to order the polishing for manage such heavy swilr mark, oxidation, etc..

i'm now looking at the following items;
  • Menzerna Power Gloss Compound S34A
  • 3M Perfect-It ll Rubbing Compound Fine Cut
  • Poorboy's World SSR 3 Heavy Duty Compound
  • Optimum Hyper Compound
  • Meguiars Mirror Glaze #85 Diamond Cut Compound
this items will be use with UDM, Flex xc3401 (plan to order soon) , CCS pads, Edge pad, and Meguire pad.

I will select only one items first, but dont know which one give the good result with the equipment that i've. (price vs performance)

i need you guys to recommend & suggestion thanks
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Old 12-30-2007, 01:18 AM   #2
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Re: Rubbing compound & heavy durty polish selection

I've read the Menzerna Power Gloss is some powerful stuff. Not sure about the rest. No experience with any of those though.
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Re: Rubbing compound & heavy durty polish selection

Just to clear things up, the only time you will need such a compound is after doing something like wetsanding with 1200 grit sand paper or you happened to encounter a rock hard clear coat from a Chevy Corvette, old Ford Pickup, or the new Mercedes Benz scratch-resistant clear.

With that said, I am 95% sure that the UDM doesn't have enough power to use Meguiar's M85, and remember that M85 is more or less a Wool-pad only compound. I believe that the 3M product is also in the same catagory if I am not mistaken. The other's I can not speak for.
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Power Gloss (POS 34A) PG will remove 1000 grit, cut 5.0 - gloss 1.5, 1500 – 1800 RPM - LC Purple Foamed Wool, Yellow (A hard / dense foam composition (40 PPI) abrasive cutting action) or Orange (mid range, high density foam (60 PPI) medium abrasive cutting action) CCS foam pads
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Just to clear things up, the only time you will need such a compound is after doing something like wetsanding with 1200 grit sand paper or you happened to encounter a rock hard clear coat from a Chevy Corvette, old Ford Pickup, or the new Mercedes Benz scratch-resistant clear.

With that said, I am 95% sure that the UDM doesn't have enough power to use Meguiar's M85, and remember that M85 is more or less a Wool-pad only compound. I believe that the 3M product is also in the same catagory if I am not mistaken. The other's I can not speak for.

thanks for clearly about compound so if the paint has a heavy swirl mark which polish best to use let's say IP,SIP, or SSR2.5 ? use with ccs orange pad? and then polish them 2 or 3 passes until the swirl mark gone?

sorry i may ask stupid question but i wont buy the thing that the same product line that i had.
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thanks for clearly about compound so if the paint has a heavy swirl mark which polish best to use let's say IP,SIP, or SSR2.5 ? use with ccs orange pad? and then polish them 2 or 3 passes until the swirl mark gone?

sorry i may ask stupid question but i wont buy the thing that the same product line that i had.
If they are heavy swirls that let's say a IP/SIP can not take out with a cutting pad, then you may want to try a wool pad. If that still is not enough, then you would try something like Powergloss or M85 with a wool pad. You may be working on a hard clear coat, but the only way to find out is just to keep working on it.
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I have used that 3M product before with a rotary and wool pad with fair results . But after using it you will need to come back with a finer polish to finish up .
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Best compound available now is 3M 3000 Extra Cut via a wool pad on a rotary - then get the SIP or IP out and finish up with 3M UltrafinaSE with the 3M blue pad. And I'd get a Makita or Dewalt instead of a Flex, they're less money, and can do more correction. This is my opinion, of course, not looking to get into a whizzing match with anyone.
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Re: Rubbing compound & heavy durty polish selection

Thanks for everyone to share & suggestions, I decided buy a einszett 1z intensive paste, the price is cheapper than the other, this compound may not use often hopefully it work well.
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