Semi aggressive compound that quickly removes up to 1000 grit sanding marks
Contains synthetic micro-abrasives that break down during the buffing process, leaving a scratch and swirl-free finish
Removes medium to heavy scratches, swirl marks, oxidation, and other paint defects
Prepares the surface for final polishing
Use with a dual-action buffer, rotary polisher, or long-throw buffer
Effective on all paint finishes
Silicone free and body shop safe
Heavyweight 1000 easily cuts through moderate to severe paint defects, removes swirls, scratches, oxidation, and 1000 grit sanding marks. Heavyweight 1000 is perfect for those severely neglected vehicle surfaces that you need to bring "back to life." Some vehicles require more than polishing to rejuvenate the painted surfaces. Heavyweight 1000 is a great choice when conducting a three or more-stage paint correction and protection detail.
Unlike many heavy cut compounds, Heavyweight 1000 contains synthetic micro-abrasives that help remove the surface defects without leaving behind the typical abrasive compounding surface defects. Heavyweight 1000 leaves behind a scratch and swirl-free finish, which allows you to speed through the polishing stage. Heavyweight 1000 is silicone-free and body shop safe. There will not be any issues with "fish-eyes" and other paint defects that products containing silicone can create.
How to Use:
The most critical step of the detailing process is to start with a clean surface. Before using this product, prepare the vehicle by removing insect residue, tar, and paint contamination using a clay process or fallout remover.
Apply a small amount of product onto a foam or wool buffing pad, and slowly work into the painted surface with the machine off. Doing so will help avoid any product sling. If you are an experienced detailer, you can slowly accelerate the machine right away without any product sling.
Work the product until the product becomes nearly invisible. Many auto detailers rush this step. If you do not work the product thoroughly, you will not allow the product's abrasives to diminish completely.
Wipe the area with a soft microfiber towel. Check your work and proceed to the next panel if the pad combination is working correctly with the product. You can always switch the pad to a more aggressive foam pad if necessary. Always start with the least aggressive pad and work your way up the pad aggressiveness level. For the enthusiast detailer who does not have the experience to quickly choose the correct pad and product combination, working up the pad aggressiveness level is essential.