Meguiar's have done it again. They've thought long and hard about a challenging issue facing the detailing community, and then broken the mould with a cutting edge solution. In this case, they've developed a brand new dual action polishing system that addresses the issue of serious machine polishing enthusiast desiring the performance benefits afforded by rotary polishers (greater cutting power, sharper finishing, etc) but without the accompanying risks (excessive paint removal, burning through, etc).
One component of this new system of liquid abrasives and microfibre discs is Meguiar's DA Microfibre Correction Compound. This compound uses the same micro-abrasives found in other recent additions to the Meguiar's line up of compounds, albeit in a formula optimised for use with microfibre cutting discs. In addition to correcting defects quickly and easy, Meguiar's DA Microfibre Correction Compound produces little dust, finishes down well and remains easy to buff off, even if left to dry out.
Meguiar's DA Microfibre Correction Compound is part of a brand new polishing system designed to bridge the gap between dual action polishing and rotary polishing in terms of performance and safety. Like the other recent additions to the Meguiar's line up of compounds, it uses fast acting super-micro abrasives to permanently remove light to moderate paint defects such as swirl marks, light scratches and acid etching from original and refinished paintwork.
However, unlike its siblings, Meguiar's DA Microfibre Correction Compound must only be used with dual action machine polishers, and in conjunction with a Meguiar's DA Microfibre Cutting Disc rather than a traditional foam pad. When used in this way, Meguiar's DA Microfibre Correction Compound delivers the speed and cutting power usually associated with rotary polishing, but without any of the inherent risks.
Meguiar's DA Microfibre Correction Compound must only be applied by dual action machine using a Meguiar's DA Microfibre Cutting Disc. For best results, remove all bonded contaminants from the paint surface first, either chemically or by claying. When starting work with a fresh pad, prime it first with up to a dozen pea-sized drops of product and work these into your first 18" x 18" work area at around 4000-5000 orbits per minute (speed 4-5 on most dual action machine polishers).
In terms of technique, which is critical to the correction process, make repeated slow overlapping passes using firm downward pressure until only a thin film of residue remains. Carefully buff this residue off using a PB Super Buffing Towel. Subsequent 18" x 18" areas will only require the addition 3-4 pea-sized drops of product to the pad, which should be spurred regularly to remove spent polish residue. In all cases, the compounding process should be completed and the finish then further refined using Meguiar’s DA Microfibre Finishing Wax.
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