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|Menzerna Intensive Polish 32 oz.|
An abrasive compound with a soft touch.
Polishes are categorized as abrasive compounds, swirl removers, or finishing polishes. Just about every polish developed in North America falls neatly into one of those categories. But Menzerna Intensive Polish refuses to be classified.
Menzerna Intensive Polish is an aggressive compound that finishes like a fine polish. On light-colored vehicles, you may not even need to use a finishing glaze. Intensive Polish does not leave the telltale dullness that results from many compounds. It removes defects with minimum or no loss of surface gloss. You can go straight to waxing. On dark vehicles, a quick once over with a finishing polish will restore a show car shine. You can use Intensive Polish on newer paint finishes and on single stage finishes, too!
Menzerna Intensive Polish removes swirls, surface scratches, water spots, and oxidation from any type of paint finish. It is ideal for restoring the shine to older, dull paint, but it can also be used to address the problems listed above on any paint, new or old.
Intensive Polish is water-based. It contains a petroleum distillate as a lubricant, not a solvent. It will not affect fresh paint or interfere with the curing process. Menzerna contains no fillers, glaze, wax, or silicones. It is a pure polish with no protective characteristics. In addition to lubricants, it contains millions of tiny, milled abrasives that are capable of removing 2000 grit swirls.
Apply Intensive Polish by hand, with a dual action polisher, or a circular polisher. For severe swirls and scratches, we recommend using a yellow cutting pad on your circular polisher. Work at a speed of 1000 RPM for the most control. After using a cutting pad, you will most likely need to follow up with a finishing polish, like Menzerna Final Polish II. If you prefer to use a dual action polisher, like the Porter Cable 7424XP, set it at a speed of 4000 OPM. When working with any compound, work in sections and check your work often. Again, you will probably need to use a finishing polish to restore the shine. Apply the finishing polish with a white pad at the same speed settings already mentioned.
If your defects are mild to moderate, use an orange light cutting pad on either your dual action or circular polisher. You may also apply Intensive Polish by hand and achieve great results. On light finishes, you may not need to apply a finishing polish.
Keep in mind that scratches extending through the clear coat cannot be removed at home. These will most likely require repainting and should be handled by a professional.
If you’re looking for a polish that breaks the mold, Menzerna Intensive Polish is in a class by itself. It works as a compound and a swirl remover with minimal loss of surface gloss!
Made in Germany.
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