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Machine Polishing

Machine polishing is the ultimate way to restore gloss to your paintwork. By applying a cutting compound with a machine polisher, I can remove swirl marks and minor scratches, restoring a deep gloss shine to your paintwork.

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When it comes to restoring gloss, and removing swirls and light scratches, nothing gets it done better than mechanical polishing. Unlike hand-applied polishes that mask and fill defects, machine polishing cuts the paint with an abrasive compound. This process removes light to heavy defects and restores a permanent deep gloss finish. To carry out this work safely, I use Menzerna polishing compounds. Along with a Flex rotary, forced action and dual action machine polishers, and Chemical Guys quantum range of pads, I can achieve a level of refinement on dark colours where other polishing systems struggle. Small car from £140 | Medium from £160 | Large from £180

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