Polishing and Sanding Tools are used to create the best possible surface for your finished composite part or mold. Time spent sanding and polishing molds and finished parts will pay off in the long run.

  • For finished parts, a highly-polished, Class-A surface produces impressive cosmetics.
  • For molds, a top quality surface finish means higher quality, repeatable parts made from the mold, and less time spent required to finish those parts.
  • An improved surface finish also helps to prevent moisture and small particles from entering your part or mold, extending working life.

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  • Step 1 and 2 Mold Polish

    Produce Lasting, High-Gloss Polished Surfaces
    These two compounds work together, and pack a one-two-punch for polish after parts have been sanded. Not only do...
  • Meguiar's Machine Glaze

    For Dramatic Surface Shine and Conditioning
    The ultimate machine-applied shine. Meguiar's Machine Glaze lets you achieve a deep, rich gloss unmatched by any...
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  • Hard Rubber Sanding Block

    Ideal for Heavy Hand-Sanding
    Avoid leaving finger pressure marks and make the job of hand sanding a little easier. Use with any grade sandpaper...
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  • 3M™ Wetordry™ Sponge Pad

    For Light-Pressure Finish Sanding
    3M ™ WETORDRY ™ Sponge Pads are ideal for eliminating fine scratches and finger waves... 
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  • 3M™ Wetordry™ Sandpaper

    Achieve Near-Perfect Surface Quality
    Time spent sanding plugs, molds, and finished parts will dramatically improve their longevity and quality. So, it's...
  • Sanding Sponges

    Smooth Out Tooling Marks
    These popular abrasive pads are coated on two sides with silicon carbide and are extremely flexible. Use them to...
  • REX Polishing Compound

    REX Polishing Compound
    Perfect for resins and gel coats, this fast-cutting compound speeds up both the sanding and polishing processes. In...
  • Buffing Pads

    Buffing Pads
    Do you know that the right pad can increase polishing performance by 30%? In the polishing process it is the right...
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Keep in mind that sanding and polishing will require some elbow grease and patience. It is usually not a quick process. Sanding usually involves several different grades of sandpaper, working your way consecutively to finer and finer grits. Depending on surface area and grit, you may consider wearing a dust mask.

For the polishing phase, compounds and glaze will require an applicator, several clean towels, or a powered rotary buffer and pad. Be sure to read instructions for each product before you begin.

To learn more about the importance of a top-quality surface finish, visit the Learning Center and read the white paper, Plug Surface Preparation and Mold Surface Maintenance.

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