• BLACKFIRE Gloss Enhancing Polish 16 oz

  • $25.99

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Description

BLACKFIRE Gloss Enhancing Polish is a non-abrasive polish, and glaze combination. It wets the surface to create the illusion of the paint being under water. BLACKFIRE Gloss Enhancing Polish helps hide minor swirls and scratches without removing any paint or clear coat. It "rounds-over" the leading edge of minor swirls which robs sunlight of a sharp edge to cause a reflection. While this visually reduces swirls, it does not remove them. This is a great product to use on a vehicle in good condition with very few swirls.

Gloss Enhancing Polish is designed for enthusiasts desiring the deepest, wettest gloss. When used under BLACKFIRE Wet Diamond All Finish Paint Protection, it's pure magic! The combination of Gloss Enhancing Polish and Wet Diamond creates a liquid-like wetness that looks like you could reach into the finish. This combination is especially stunning on black, red and dark colors but still shimmers on white, grey and silver finishes.

BLACKFIRE Gloss Enhancing Polish can be applied by hand or machine. BLACKFIRE Gloss Enhancing Polish beautifies all colors of any paint with or without a clear coat finish, and can be used on single stage or conventional paint, base coat, and clear coat finishes.

Features:

  • Removes old wax or sealants.
  • Hides minor swirls and water spots.
  • Beautifies all colors.
  • Prepares paint for fresh wax or sealant.

Directions:

Hand Application: Work out of direct sunlight.  BLACKFIRE Gloss Enhancing Polish can be applied by hand or machine. Shake well before using. Work on one section at a time (example: half a hood, fender, door, etc.). Apply a nickel-size amount to a microfiber or foam applicator. Wipe on using a circular motion until haze starts to form. Immediately remove residue using a soft, dry microfiber towel.

Machine Application: Use a foam polishing pad on your dual action or rotary polisher. Apply four dime-size drops of product onto pad. Use a medium speed (4-5 on a DA polisher or 1,000 RPM on a rotary polisher) to work product into paint using an overlapping motion until haze starts to form. Immediately remove residue using a soft, dry microfiber towel.  Work one section at a time.