What is it? - A body shop safe, silicone-free, water based premium quality fast cutting, aggressive rubbing compound for use on automotive paints in body shops environments. Can be used with any rotary or orbital polisher. Can also be used with both wool and foam pads.
What does it do? - 3D ACA 510 Premium Rubbing Compound is formulated and intended for use in body shops to remove sanding marks after wetsanding. It can also be used by detailers for paint correction including removing deep scratches, water spots, swirls, and oxidation. 3D ACA 510 Premium Rubbing Compound levels automotive paint surfaces to create a more perfect finish
When do you use it? - After wetsanding paint to remove the sanding marks or anytime you need to perform paint correction to remove serious and/or deep swirls, scratches, water spots or oxidation and prep the paint for the polishing step.
Why use 3D ACA 510 over other options? - The most important factor when doing any type of paint polishing is to reach your appearance goal while preserving as much paint as possible. To do this you need the best abrasive technology available on planet Earth.
The abrasive technology used in 3D ACA 510 Premium Rubbing Compound is unique to 3D; no other company has this abrasive technology. It was developed by Tunch Goren after 25 years of creating formulations for the car detailing world. His goal was to create the fastest cutting and best finishing compound in the world. A product that outperforms any competing product with results that are nothing short of exceptional.
This compound was developed to cut hard clearcoats fast! Guess what? It will also cut medium and soft paints fast too! And because the abrasives are precision engineered – the cut is clean with no scouring, hazing, or dulling like caveman compounds.
Paint correction and specifically the compounding step tends to take the most time out of all the various paint correction step. With 3D ACA 510 Premium Rubbing Compound, you have a compound that cuts fast and finishes out exceptionally well. Your choice of compound is the single most important factor you control to reduce the time needed for paint correction step.