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Menzerna Super Finish Plus 3800

£9.60
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Menzerna Super Finish Plus 3800 is a high-gloss, water-based polish specifically designed with show cars in mind. It contains no waxes, glazes or sillicones and is completely body and paint shop safe. It's renowned for being one of the most popular finishing polishes on the market. Why? It contains the finest polishing abrasives and is capable of removing light scratches, swirls and holograms, leaving a show car gloss finish. Suitable for all types of gloss paint finishes, this easy to use polish generates relatively little dust and is great for eliminating machine holograms after heavy compounding. Thanks to its finely grounded abrasive powder, it leaves no marring or surface haze. Though designed for fresh OEM coatings, the polish can be used as a finishing polish or and/or gloss enhancer on older paint finishes. It functions to eliminate compounding marks, preparing the paintwork for wax or sealant.

The polish can be used by both hand and machine.

To use by hand, it's recommended that you use Wolfgang German Polish N Wax Applicator with McKnee's 37 Pad Conditioner to moisten the foam. Apply a penny size amount of Menzerna Super Finish Plus to the applicator. Work in a circular, back and forth motion until the area begins to dry. Wipe off the polish with a damp towel. Work in small sections until the entire vehicle is polished.

To use with a machine, first ensure the surface is clean, dry and cool to the touch. If using a DA polisher, with a medium or soft foam polisher, apply 3-4 pea-sized drops to the pad. If using a rotary polisher, apply 1-2 drops. Placing the pad against the paintwork, start the polisher on a slow speed, gradually increasing to a medium speed. Next, increase the speed until an oily film appears. Lastly, buff the residue with a soft, microfiber cloth.