How it Works
Final Polish is a pure, premium micro-polish paintwork cleaner that is formulated using polymers and micro-fine polishing agents to easily and gently remove - not hide - minor imperfections, light oxidation, scratches and swirls to restore paint to pristine condition preparing it for final coat of wax or sealant. Final Polish is an ultra-fine super polish that is engineered to help eliminate swirl marks and surface imperfections. The best way to maximize shine of any product you use is to properly prepare the surface before you apply you wax or sealant, prepare it right with Final Polish. Unlike other products, Final Polish actually removes imperfections and minor swirls, rather than just temporarily hiding them under waxes and fillers. The Final Polish is specifically designed to be used with a rotary buffer at speeds between 1,400 and 2,000 RPM. It can also be used with a PC or The Chemical Guys Ultimate Detailing Machine at speed settings 4-5. Using a Rotary buffer at a higher speed setting will improve the cut of Final Polish's micro-fine abrasives to remove the cause of swirl marks and light scratches.
Dear Chemical Guys,
I followed your instructions exactly in that I did the following:
- Washed - Glossworkz Gloss Enhancing Shampoo
- Clayed - using clay from my existing stock with Luber clay lube
- Polished - Final Polish
- Seal x2 - Jetseal 109
- Wax x2 - 50/50 Connoisseur Paste Wax Limited Edition
- Detail - Hybrid V7 High Gloss Spray Sealant
- Tires - New look Trim Gel
SL500 R230 (2003 year) was entered 25 June 2011 into the Mercedes-Benz Club National Concours Competition at MBUK’s HQ in Milton Keynes, Enthusiast’s Class division for two doors cars less than ten years old. The Enthusiast’s Class is for ‘daily runners’ such that judging is based upon a very close inspection of the exterior of the car with the roof up. The interior is judged by viewing through the windows only.
The engine bay, inside the boot and the underside of the car are not part of the judging remit.
The full preparation of the car took me between 30 hours and 40 hours (all by hand) and I am delighted to report that the car emerged as Class winner.
I think you will agree that the car did look the part and deserved its award.
Thank you Dave.
Michael J. Bennett