Importance of Polishing
you’ve ever worked with metal, you know the importance of the polishing stage to make a product that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Polishing compounds are one of the key materials in the polishing process. These compounds come in the form of a bar. Depending on the type of compound, contain different minerals and materials that help achieve a particular polishing job. It can be hard to know which compound to use. Located below is a guide to polishing compounds and their uses.
Stages of Polishing
In this first stage of polishing, professionals use a rough abrasive to smooth away any scratches in the metal. This type of buffing smooths by cutting away the excess metal.
Final Cut and Initial Polish
In this stage, intermediate compounds continue to cut and smooth the metal material. This type of polishing produces more shine than the first.
In this final stage of polishing, compounds with finer materials are used to give the metal material a smooth, lustrous, final polish.
Rupes High Performance Cut Polishing Compound – D-A Coarse
Rupes D-A Coarse is the latest high-performance compound from Rupes designed for maximum efficiency. This fast-cutting compound is ideal for users who want quick defect removal. In addition, provides customers with a smooth user experience on every type of paint. The formulation is optimized to achieve the best performance if used with Rupes Coarse blue foam, DA wool pads, or coarse microfiber discs together with BigFoot Dual Action Polishers, including both random orbital and gear-driven tools.
D-A Coarse represents a significant advancement in the world of cutting compound performance and finishes with excellent clarity, low dusting, and easy wipe off.
– High-performance cutting compound
– Durable lubrication system for an extended polishing cycle and longer working time
– Low dusting formula reduces post-compound cleanup work
– One-step moderate-to-severe defect removal and finishing on most paints
– Sanding mark and severe defect removal
– Recommended for random orbital or gear-driven polishers