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Meguiars M205 Mirror Glaze Ultra Finishing Polish

Meguiars M205 Mirror Glaze Ultra Finishing Polish- 1 Gallon

Retail Price: $95.00
Our Price: $79.99
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Meguiar's M205 Mirror Glaze Ultra Finishing Polish - 1 Gallon 

With its advanced technology formula Meguiar's M205 Ultra Finishing Polish will provide a deep gloss & a rich, swirl-free surface. This VOC compliant formulation allows easy machine buffing, and even easier wipe off of residue.

Features:

  • Permanently removes swirls & light defects from all paints
  • Produces rich, deep reflections
  • Smooth buffing feel with easy wipe off and fast clean up
  • Non-gumming formula
  • Safe for use in the paint shop environment
  • Safe, Crystalline Silica Free Formula
  • Environmentally responsible, VOC compliant formula
  • For use with Rotary Buffer, DA Polisher, Orbital Buffer and by Hand. 

 Directions: 

  • Rotary Application: 
  1. Always work on a cool, properly cured paint surface.
  2. Shake well. Work one section at a time.
  3. Set rotary buffer to aproximately 100-1500 RPM's.
  4. Use with appropriate foam pad of choice
  5. To prime new or dry pads, Mist on some quick detailer.
  6. Apply M205 Ultra Finishing Polish directly to the paint surface and begin working on a 2'x2' area with overlapping passes.
  7. Continue working until light film remains.
  8. Wipe remaining residue with Yellow Fellow towel and inspect or move onto next section
  • DA Application:
  1. Apply directly to appropriate foam pad or microfiber disc of choice
  2. Set machine to 4-5.
  3. Apply moderate pressure on initial 2-3 passes followed with light pressure for following two passes.
  4. Wipe remaining residue with Yellow Fellow towel and inspect or move onto next section

Tips:

For ultimate results, clean buffing pad frequently. To achieve swirl free finish apply moderate pressure on initial passes, reducing pressure gradually with very light pressure on final passes.