Rubbing Compound

A rubbing compound is a type of automotive product used to remove scratches, swirl marks, and oxidation from the paint on a vehicle. It is a heavy-duty type of car polish that contains abrasives that are designed to level the surface of the paint, removing imperfections and restoring a smooth, glossy finish.

Rubbing compounds are typically used by hand or with a machine, and are followed by the application of a wax or sealant to protect the newly-polished surface. They are available in different grades, ranging from mild to heavy-duty, depending on the level of correction needed.

It’s important to use rubbing compounds carefully, as the abrasives can remove clear coat or paint if used too aggressively. It’s also important to choose a product that is compatible with the type of paint on the vehicle and to test the product on a small, inconspicuous area before applying it to the entire surface.

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