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Basic Polishing Auto Guide

Auto polishing removes not so deep scratches, swirls and polish away oxidation as well as enhancing paint gloss that can give your auto smooth and shiny paint, plus off course prepare it for the application of protective coating use to protect autos while maintaining the look the same as when it was first bought. Polishing auto is not that easy as we think it was, a lot of factors is need to be considered to get the job done correctly. Polishing your auto will not protect the body from defect but rather only improve its look. Application of protective coating such as auto wax can do the job.

Basic auto polishing considerations

  1. Never polish the auto when the surface is hot.
  2. Get the job done slowly avoid rushing as it will give you not so good result.
  3. Start working at minimal area, estimated area of 2 sq. ft., at a time.
  4. Use enough pressure to remove the defects on the surface that you buff.
  5. Use the correct pad as well as the right speed of buffing.
  6. Polisher chord tends to scratch auto paint so keep it away as possible on the surface.
  7. Lastly, turned the polisher off before lifting away from the working surface.
Guide to auto polishing
  1. Ensure that the polisher pad is properly centered when installed on the car polisher.
  2. Apply detailing wax on the surface to be polish.
  3. Avoid the use of abrasive material, buff the surface slowly and ensure that the surface cools down while buffing to prevent paint burn.
  4. Wipe the surface with a cotton cloth.
As you travel everyday your auto encountered a lot of foreign objects which is unavoidable that bumps into its body and causes the auto to look less perfect than when it was bought. And one way of restoring the look of your car is trough auto polishing coupled with the use of protective coating to enhance the look and preserve the color.

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