~2 lb Compound Polishing
Show Polishing Compound
MUST READ Full disclaimer!!!! Show Polishing Compound will not take something rough and turn it into show quality. Show Polishing Compounds are for touching up aluminum that is already in good or really good condition. Furthermore you will find that these compounds will not work on metal that is in rough condition or not in the decent shape. If your truck is in rough shape my best recommendation would be to polish it a few times with our regular compounds before going down this route.
Found here is every variety of Polishing Compound that Evan uses at shows on nice trucks. Regardless what you are working on aluminum or stainless steel, we've got you covered. We've waded through all the unnecessary ones and bring you just the best of the best.
The Brown and Green compounds are used mainly on aluminum but there are other uses and applications where they work. Another use can be on plastics such as headlights and plexiglass. The Yellow compounds are specifically designed for stainless polishing. Other uses include actual steel. Yes we said steel. The blue compound can be used on both aluminum and stainless. Blue should be used in final finish applications. Blue compound should only be used when the ultimate high gloss finish is desired. The Blue is the least forgiving of all the compounds. Most people get great results without the use of Blue.
For the absolute best possible shine, try our Premium Finish Purple bar!
Personal recommended uses are as follows:
The Show Brown Rouge pairs well with the Yellow buff. The Show Green Rouge pairs well with the 40 ply loose dommet flannel or the 20 ply centerplated loose flannel at 1800 rpm. The purple is similar to the green in how you use it. And lastly the Yellow works well in small amounts and with a purple buff at higher speeds on stainless.
All of these compounds pair well with the airway buffs sold in the gallery.
**For how to videos, look up Evan Steger on YouTube. For photos of his incredibly shiny achievements, or just some down-to-earth advice, look up metalpolisher3826 on Instagram OR Evan's Detailing and Polishing on Facebook. He is very responsive to emails: email@example.com and also has his phone readily available: (920) 979-0386.**