Meguiars 105 Mirror Glaze Ultra Cut Compound
Meguiars 105 32 oz Mirror Glaze Ultra Cut Compound
- Leaves a deep shine with few, if any, swirl marks
- A little thicker and not as runny as other products
- Does not splatter as much
- Super-Micro abrasives cut quickly to remove 1200 grit sanding scratches
- Body shop safe, paintable, and contains no fillers
- Ideal for removing deep marring and scratches
- Ideal for use with the Porter-Cable 7424XP Polisher, Buffer
- Made in the U.S.A
For over 100 years Meguiar's has become one of the world's leading car care products company. The Meguiar's 105 Ultra Cut compound is no exception, as its abrasive technology quickly removes damage and defects from the paint's surface without scouring the finish. Meguiar's Mirror Glaze #105 not only removes sanding scratches, acid rain, bird droppings and etch marks, it also does it fast. This Ultra-cut compound can be applied by hand or using a D/A Polisher or Rotary polisher. The ultra fine, ultra hard abrasives used in the Ultra-cut 105 do not degrade in quality or cut during application. So to sum it up, the Meguiar's Mirror Glaze #105 is the ultimate compound for fast paint correction with few compounding swirls.
The 105 includes:
- One (1) M105 Mirror Glaze Ultra-Cut Compound 32 oz bottle
Working with your M105 Ultra-Cut Compound
First, remember that this is NOT A POLISH. The Meguiar's M105 is a very aggressive compound and is designed to remove 1200 grit or finer sanding marks.
Place an ample amount of the M105 Compound to prime your Lake Country Pad, making sure you have even coverage while avoiding placing too much of the product. You remember the story of the "Three Little Bears" and being just right. It might take a few attempts, but you will get it right. Check the Lake Country CCS chart for the desired pad for the desired application with the Yellow CCS pad being the most aggressive.
As with most compound applications, a slower speed is desirable. When using your Porter-Cable 7424 XP, use a speed setting of 3 or 4 or 1500 to 2000 RPM. Keep your Polisher/Buffer moving at all times at a very slow movement. Do not let it sit on one spot or rest on top of a ridge. Use normal to heavy consistent downward pressure. Four passses should be sufficient or work until the compound starts to dry. Wipe any residue left with a clean Microfiber towel.