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Step 1 Mold Polish and Step 2 Mold Polish

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Don't Forget This Important Step! 
Step 1 - Fast Cut After Sandpaper Step 1 is a water-based polishing compound which begins work where sandpaper stops. 600-1000 grit scratches will rapidly be removed with this fast cutting compound. Step 1 Mold Polish also removes styrene and wax buildup from existing molds. Use this economical compound and achieve great results with only half the normal amount of compound material. Water-base material is safe for use in the paint shop environment. Suggested buffing speed: 2500 rpm min., and a # 1104-A buffing pad is recommended for best results. Step 2 - Removes Finer Scratches Step 2 Mold Polish will remove finer scratches and polish FRP parts, molds, and even painted surfaces to an exceptionally glossy surface. This economical polish uses half the material to achieve the results from typical compounds. Water-based material is safe for use in a paint shop environment. Suggested buffing speed: 2500 rpm min., and a 1104-A lambs wool buffing pad is recommended for best results.
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Description Item # Price Qty
Step 1 (1 lb can) 1102-A $16.15
Step 1 (5 lb can) 1102-B $53.95
Step 2 (1 lb can) 1103-A $16.15
Step 2 (5 lb can) 1103-B $53.95


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Ideal For Our Polish Compounds 
This 50% synthetic and 50% lambs wool pad is the recommended buffing pad for our polishing compounds. Do not attempt to use these mold polishing compounds with a foam pad! The #1104-A buffing pad is a great tool for buffing the #1102 Step One Mold Polish, the #1103 Step 2 Mold Polish, and the #113 Meguire's Machine Glaze. This pad will withstand the 2500 rpm minimum buffing speed required for use with all three compounds. Remember, you MUST change pads when changing compounds or the small dust particles trapped in the pad from the previous grade will continue to cut the surface! 



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