POLISH AND WAX
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Introduction to Detailer Training Series Course
When detailing a vehicle, producing results correctly, safely, and effectively is crucial, especially in the professional detailing industry.
Swirl marks are light, circular scratches in the painted surface often caused by buffing with a compound. As the compound cuts away the oxidized paint layer and reduces the depth of deep scratches, light scratches typically remain, especially shown on darker colours. Safely and effectively remove swirl marks using SUMMIT SUPER POLISH. For a one-step polish and wax option, use 50/50 ONE STEP.
Diminishing Abrasives Technology (DAT) are abrasives that break down in physical structure, as they are applied. This technology is commonly used for compounds and polishes, designed for use on vehicle’s exterior painted surfaces and lamps to remove imperfections and restore gloss. Both compounds and polishes are typically formulated using an emulsion of water, solvent, surfactants, shine agents, and abrasives; compounds’ abrasives are larger, while polishes’ abrasives are finer.
Commonly, compounds, polishes, and waxes are designed for standard, glossy finish exterior painted surfaces. Only use products developed specifically for vehicles with matte exterior paint. Usage of products, designed for standard glossy finishes, can alter the look of the matte finish. It is not recommended for SUMMIT SUPER COMPOUND, or SUMMIT SUPER POLISH to be used on matte paint finishes.