Menzerna Medium Cut Polish 2400 1L
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Menzerna Medium Cut Polish 2400 is the ‘medium’ polish is our 3 step Menzerna system. This excellent polish is designed to remove compounding marks, fine scratches and light to medium oxidation. Unlike older style compounds this polish is non-gritty and smooth cutting.
Formerly Menzerna PF2500, still the same amazing formula but now called Menzerna Medium Cut Polish 2400.
This Menzerna Polish has been designed to remove up to 2500 grit sanding marks, and is suggested for use with Light Cutting or Polishing Pads. Ideally this polish is used after Menzerna Fast Gloss FG400 / FG500 or on cars that have light to medium paint imperfections that need polishing out. This can also be used as a single set for some vehicle paints due to the amazing finishing properties in this formula.
The Menzerna OEM range are designed for most paint finishes including solid colour, regular clear coat and CeramiClear (e.g. late model Mercedes, and Porsche).
Best results are achieved by using with a rotary or random orbital polisher. All Menzerna polishes have excellent lubricating properties so do not need water to keep them working, simply work the polish by multiple passes to break down abrasive clusters and then wipe away the thin residue with a clean microfibre cloth.
For even further depth and definition to the paint, especially on dark colours you can follow on with Menzerna SF3500 (formerly SF4000)
Menzerna Polishes do not contain fillers, silicones, waxes or other glazes and are Paint Shop friendly.
Cut Factor: 6
Gloss Factor: 8
Factors are based 1 lowest (gloss /cut) to 10 highest (gloss/cut)
Made in Germany
Please note: as with all polishes best results are achieved once the surface has been prepared correctly (washed / clayed etc).
Areas should be clean, dry and cool – it is advisable to work undercover or in shade, however with good light.
While this product can be used with application by hand, it is strongly recommended to use a mechanical machine. We recommend a random orbital machine.
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