Greenway's Critical Correction Compound
Utilizes nanotechnology and micro-abrasives to remove light to moderate imperfections
Newly updated formula “cuts” even quicker
Achieve excellent surface quality and an unbelievable gloss without any haze remaining
Perfect for those hard to correct soft or hard clear-coat finishes, ceramic and conventional clear coats that can easily be marred
Surface will become incredibly slick, swirl-free, hologram free with minimal buffing time
100% body shop safe! Contains no silicone, fill-in glazes, waxes, or sealants
Nearly zero dust, leaves a mirror shine, and has an extremely long working time
Critical Compound is our newest and most advanced compound that offers superior, defect-free results for any application. This product is nearly dust-free and utilizes nanotechnology and micro-abrasives to remove moderate to severe imperfections while achieving excellent surface quality and shine. Critical Correction is body shop safe and contains no silicone, fill-in glaze, or wax. You can safely use Critical Correction on fresh paint, soft clear-coat finishes, ceramic, and conventional clear coats.
Critical Correction will leave the surface slick, swirl-free, hologram-free, and create gloss that is nothing short of unbelievable. Critical Correction “cuts” extremely fast, create nearly zero dust, leaves a mirror shine, and will not make any holograms on the softest of paints.
Easily remove 1000 to 1500 grit sanding marks, holograms, haze, oxidation, scratches, swirl marks, and other paint defects.
Critical Correction has an extremely long working time, remains creamy throughout the entire buffing application, and easily removes many surface defects quickly. Critical Correction is most effectively used with a polisher to maximize the product’s true potential.
Many professional detailers have a complicated and time-consuming process to correct specific, clear coat finishes on many vehicles. We find ourselves switching pads, trying numerous brands of compounds, polishes, and adjusting the buffer speed to create a swirl-free finish. Certain vehicles need the latest compound and polish technology to take this time-consuming process and make it easy. Critical Correction fills the void in the market of compounds where results were difficult to achieve on many “soft” and “hard” clear coats.
Suppose you are an installer of ceramic coatings. In that case, you know how important it is to remove as many defects as possible—having defects left behind before applying the ceramic coating will result in undesirable results and unsatisfied customers. We guarantee Critical Correction is unlike anything available on the market and produces a flawless finish in the shortest amount of time!
How to Use:
The most crucial step of the detailed process is to start with a clean surface. Before using this product, remove any 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. This step will help avoid any product sling. If you are an experienced detailer, you can slowly accelerate the device 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 to see if the pad combination works 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. Slowly increasing the pad level is especially true for the enthusiast detailer who does not have the experience to choose the correct pad and product combination quickly.
Car Detailing Tech Tip:
- Always work in small sections.
- Fully work product until nearly invisible.
- Always use dedicated microfiber towels to ensure no marring is placed back onto the surface after removing during the buffing stage.
- Paint surface preparation is the answer to a flawless finish.
- Use a quick detailer like Wipe Away aids in the removal of excess product.
- Just because you do not see any product on your buffing pad does not mean it is not present. A mist of a detail spray held approximately 10 inches away from the pad will release any product remaining inside it. Doing this helps prevent product overload.
- Keep pad clean by using a pad cleaning tool frequently to avoid the buildup of product.
- “Dry buffing” can easily be felt when a machine becomes unstable on a painted panel. More product is needed to replace the lubrication barrier between the buffing pad and the painted surface.
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