3M™ Perfect-It™ Random Orbital Compound is the fast-cutting professional-grade compound formula designed for our 3M™ Random Orbital Polishing System. Use with our 3M™ Perfect It™ Random Orbital Compounding Pads to quickly remove 3000 grade and finer sanding marks. It works on paints and clear coats whether they are fresh or cured.
The best way to beat swirl marks is to never have them in the first place. 3M™ Perfect-It™ Random Orbital Compound is a fast-cutting compound that helps you achieve a high-quality finish without the worry of swirl marks or burn through. 3M™ Perfect-It™ Random Orbital Compound's easy clean up formula produces less sling than a rotary system, allowing you to get to the next job faster. It is part of the easy-to-use 3M™ Perfect-It™ Random Orbital Paint Finishing System, which includes pads, liquids, and tools engineered to deliver high-quality finishes for technicians of all skill levels. Available SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) process guides deliver step-by-step instruction for common collision-repair paint finishing jobs.
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