Achieve the best possible finish on all paints and clear coats with 3M™ Perfect-It™ Random Orbital Polish. Its advanced abrasives and gloss enhancers create a consistent high-quality finish. Designed to be used with our 3M™ Perfect-It™ Random Orbital Polisher and matching pad for paint finishing and detailing professionals of all skill levels who want a perfect finish without haze and swirl.
Stop fighting swirls and haze - spend your polishing time perfecting the shine with 3M™ Perfect-It™ Random Orbital Polish. It delivers high-gloss, haze, and swirl-free finish with less sling than a rotary tool for easy clean up. It produces high-quality, predictable results thanks to a proprietary combination of advanced abrasives and gloss enhancers. 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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