Chemical Guys V38 Optical Grade Final Polish 473ml
When only perfection will do at the end of a polishing detail, detailers reach for Chemical Guys V38 Optical Grade Final Polish to refine depth, lustre, and gloss.
- Ultra-refined final polish
- Finishes paint to perfection following compounding and polishing steps
- Enhances gloss, depth, and reflection
- Removes light defects, scratches, and holograms
- Delivers superior optical results; no fillers, no hiding blemishes
- Removes 2500-3000 grit wet sand marks
V38 refines compound and polishing marks from prior steps, and enhances reflection, shine, and gloss on any paint finish. V38 works on conventional clear coat, ceramic clear coat, and single stage paint finishes.
Use V38 on any DA or rotary polisher to refine the finish, remove light scuffs and scratches, 2500-3000 grit sanding marks, and any compounding marks or holograms from prior polishing steps.
The specialty jeweller’s polish is water-based, formulated for extended work time, and finishes without dusting or messy residue.
V38 contains no fillers and no artificial gloss enhancers, so the lustrous finish is the true condition of the paint.
Use V38 Optical Grade Final Polish to finish any paint finish to perfection.
How To Use:
Work on cool surface. Shake Well. Always work 2’ x 2’ section at a time.
Apply 4-5 drops to desired pad. Spread on speed setting 1. Set DA machine to 5-6. Using moderate pressure work area in 2-3 passes till polish becomes clear. Follow with light pressure to finish. Remove residue with clean microfiber cloth.
Apply 4-5 drops to desired pad. Prime pad with Chemical Guys Quick Detail Spray. Set machine to between 1000-1500 rpms to spread product. Work 2’x2’ area at a time. Using just the weight of the machine (no pressure) work area in 3-4 passes till polish becomes clear. For final pass adjust speed setting to between 1500-1800 rpms. Work till optical clarity is achieved. Remove residue with clean microfiber cloth.
Pack contents: 1x Chemical Guys V38 Optical Grade Final Polish 473ml