[The Final Polish] Fine Finishing Polish - Pint (16 oz.)

$ 28.98
TLD-TFP16
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The Final Polish

  • Fine Finishing Polish - NO FILLERS
  • Micro-marring / Surface Haze Removal
  • Pad Dependent Aggression
  • Extended product work time
  • Body Shop Safe – Silicone Free
  • Low Dust

The Final Polish (TFP) is a water-based finishing polish that was designed by Jace Price, a detailer for detailers. TFP is the finest abrasive formulation in the TLD line-up. It is designed as the final step in the paint polishing process to remove haze, holograms or micro-marring that may have been introduced during more aggressive polishing steps or poor clear coat maintenance.

It can be used for paint enhancement to extract hidden gloss from clear coat. It excels where soft clear coats or delicate finishes are encountered.

It is designed to keep the formula as light as possible which in turn provides a high resistance to rubber and plastic trim staining. It is thin and light by design.

Aggression can  be customized based on pad selection, and is compatible with all pad variations. It can also be used with dual action, forced rotation or rotary machines. 

If The Last Cut or The Last Cut + lacks the ability to finish due to formulation aggression, this is where The Final Polish is utilized. This SILICONE FREE formula contains NO FILLERS and is BODYSHOP SAFE.

DIRECTIONS: Shake well before use. Ensure surface is clean, dry and free of contaminates. Bonded contamination should be removed using a clay bar or preferred method. Do not use on surfaces that are excessively hot to the touch. 

When working with a dual action or forced rotation polisher, prime pad by applying 5-6 dots of product on your chosen pad. After the pad is primed 3-4 dots of product can be used. For added aggression, a more aggressive pad or 1-2 additional dots can be added to the pad. 

Work product into a 24"x24" section or an area based on your polishing experience. Machine speed will vary based on the task at hand, however speed 4-5, medium pressure with slow arm speed can be utilized to work through the polishing phase. When using a high speed rotary polisher use speed 1200-1600 RPM.

The light formulation will turn clear but will still have defect removal and finishing ability. Working under a light is recommended. Remove polish residue with a folded plush microfiber towel. If residue remains, flip towel and wipe again to remove the remaining polish. It does not leave protection so a separate product will be needed to protect the recently polished surface. 

Size: Pint (16 oz.)

Made in the USA