Hologram free, glossy finish, conservating polishing
WP 1G - Finishing Polish
WP OS - Carnauba Glaze
WP 0G - Blue Moon
Polishing tools: (you need to use soft pads)
WP 1S polishing pad (red or black)
YYou need to test the best combination of polish and foam pad or wool (the fastest working to have the best result). Get the most efficient set of tools to save time and energy. After getting to know the WP G series polishes, it is easier to choose from the best possible combination, depending on what you want to accomplish.
Our polishing advice:
You should use clean polishing additive in every cases (foam pad, wool). For the first time, you should put the polish to the pad (after the pad has some polish inside, you can apply to the surface) and equally apply on a specified surface beside low RPM of the machine (RPM 800-900) without pressing onto the surafce. Then you need to increase the speed to RPM 1.200-1.500 and begin polishing with little press, - only where you applyed polish - in parallel and then perpendicular motions. At this stage of the polishing, the paste warms up, making the surface swirlfree and glossy by the pad and the paste which contains fat, and abrasives. The process lasts until the surface or the polish doesn’t let you know that the polish has done. This happens when the grains, particles are totally falling apart in the paste, from now you can not expect more polish or abrasion. The Wolf’s WP G series polishes let you know when the polishing is done by becoming a vitreous clear layer from the starting opalscent or white cream ont he surface. Then you need to reduce the speed of your machine to the beginning speed with you started with, decrease the press, and finish the polishing process without pressing.
Every machinery polish has its own optimal temperature when it can work the most efficiently. At the heavy cut polishes this temperature is higher (even 40-50 Cº), at one-step polishes this temperature is not as high (30-40 Cº), at finishing polishes the temperature of the surface is low. The temperature of the polished surface is growing. You have to pay attention to the warming be happen, but do not exceed the optimal temperature of the used polish, and you should also pay attention to keep the most optimal temperature for the used polish.
As the applyed polish does not warming up to the optimal temperature, that may making swirls instead of getting rid of them. By then, the polishing is going to be inefficient. As the surface’s temperature getting too warm, the paint may got burnt and then the polish is going to burn to the paint. At this time you can not wipe down the polish, and the lacquer might get foggy or matt in some areas.
When you are polishing, you have to consider about the environment’s temperature, and the before temperature of the polished surface. The polishes reacting in different ways as the season changes, for example in summer when the surface is warm, and when the weather is about 15-20 Cº in colder areas. You can compensate the optimal polishing temperature by increasing or reducing the speed of your machine. It is better to work in smaller areas with less polish when the weather is cold.
In regards of the mentioned advices above, you should not polishing indoor or outdoor when the temperature is under 15Cº. Keep the polish from low or freezing temperatures.