No matter how good your last step product is, you will not achieve a perfect looking paint finish unless you spend time polishing it properly first. And not just to the usual standard either. Perfection demands that you dedicate yourself to the cause and keep going, refining it further and further and further. If you do, something magical will happen: the clearcoat will begin to look deeper and thicker, almost like it's sitting proud of the colour beneath. Its glass-like reflectivity and clarity will amaze you, and you will know what perfection means. If this is what you seek, and you intend to use a gear-driven dual action polisher to get you there, then RUPES Mille Ultra Fine Gel Compound is for you.
Cut Level1/10(Compared To Others)
Filling Power0/10(Compared To Others)
Gloss Level10/10(Compared To Others)
RUPES Mille Ultra Fine Gel Compound is an ultra-fine water-based finishing polish designed to be used in conjunction with short-throw gear-driven dual action polishers. It works by using precision-milled aluminium oxide particles to burnish painted surfaces to perfection. These ultra-fine abrasives cut the paint back at the finest scale imaginable, smoothing out micro-defects and creating the flattest possible finish. As a result, light plays over the paint surface much more evenly, making it look as deep and glossy as possible. Specially formulated lubricants maximise its working time, while its filler-free formula ensures that defect removal is permanent rather than temporary.
|Contains Abrasive Particles
|Contains Fillers And Glazing Oils
|Suitable For Hand Use
|Suitable For Hard Paints
|Suitable For Intermediate Paints
|Suitable For Machine Use
|Suitable For Soft Paints
How To Use
RUPES Mille Ultra Fine Gel Compound should only be applied using the RUPES LK 900E BigFoot Mille or other gear-driven dual action polishers. For best results, it should be applied to freshly decontaminated paint using a RUPES Mille Ultra Fine Foam Polishing Pad (it's not designed to be used with other types of pads, e.g. wool). Only 3-4 pea-sized drops of product are required per 18 x 18 area, and these should be worked in thoroughly at 300-400 revolutions per minute (speed 3-4 on most gear-driven dual action polishers) until only a hint of residue remains. This residue should then be buffed off carefully using a PB Super Buffing Towel.