Adam’s White Polish is a user-friendly, effective tool for removing mild staining, swirl marks, buffer halos, and mild imperfections from your clear coat. This silicone-free, body shop safe formula gets to work fast on the surface and allows for a long working time, fast cutting response, and a brilliant finish when complete. Adam’s White Polish is a revised formula designed to be thinner and more effective for your polishing step in paint correction. This correcting polish is designed to save you time and money during your polishing steps. This body-shop safe, user-friendly formula allows you to both prime your pad and reapply polish as you correct your vehicle, being it’s a thinner formula. This product can be utilized with a Push/Pull top, or with our Premium Red Sprayer for preferred users. Adam’s White Polish is an effective tool for removing mild-stains, light swirl marks, buffer halos, and light imperfections from your clear coat, single stage, or lacquer finishes.
Users looking to fully perfect their paint are one step away from perfection with our polishing system, and Adam’s Polish makes any polishing task a breeze of ease.
Adam’s White Polish is formulated with the user in mind. This Diminishing Abrasive Technology (DAT) allows users to start with a small amount of product and continue to have a finer, more precise polishing experience with each rotation of the polisher. This product is recommended for maximum results with our Swirl Killer Polishing system and should be used with a White Foam Polishing Pad, or Red Foam Pad if working on a fragile clear coat with a darker color. Adam’s White Polish is designed to remove 2000-2500 grit sanding marks and must be applied after your vehicle is washed, decontaminated, and clayed for a hassle-free experience.
Please note: When polishing a surface, you are heating up the clear coat to remove the swirl mark away from your paint and perfect your finish. As you polish, the process with take a very minute amount of clear coat away ( 1/32nd of an index card) from your surface. Repeated use, or improper use, can lead to paint imperfections that will require professional assistance.