Polishing Class Saturday 9th of November 2019
Polishing Class $80 per head Saturday November 9th 9.30 am approx 2 hrs to 2.5hrs which includes $10 in store credit that can only be used on the day.
Any pads used on the day can be purchased for $10 each.
At the end of the class we will do a demo application of Optix Final Boost +Supercharged
If anyone would like to donate a car for the class, please come and see us for an inspection beforehand.
Polishing Crash Course
Polishing Crash Course
Hello form Des and the AutoFX Team,
CONGRADULATIONS! You have taken the first step in learning the ins and outs of professional, quality detailing. The course is structured around 2 hours providing knowledge and real world skills that can be applied to both the hobbyist detailer and the semi-pro that can be used in your business.
Below are the contact details should you have any questions about the class or any of the products. Please note that due to work commitments contact may not be instant with varying response times.
Phone: 0450 927 559
Upon completion of this class participants will learn the proper use of products and equipment, along with the correct technique needed to correctly perform a range of detailing skills from entry level valet detail, to the more advanced paint correction and protection process.
Polishing class we will be going through the technique and tips to start and complete a paint correction along with any questions any of you may have.
The equipment you will be using
• 15mm DA, 21mm DA Machine Polisher & Rotory
• Variety of Buffing pads
In order to successfully correct paint it is important to understand the kind of scratch you are hoping to remove. For this reason the chart above can be used to gauge the severity of the scratch.
Matched with a variety of cutting and polishing compounds such as V34, V36 And V38, Rupes Coarse, Rupes Fine In order to cut out deep scratches then remove lighter marks progressively getting finer.
We will also go through other brands where required too
Starting with a cutting pad with a heavy – moderate cutting compound buff the car panel by panel removing the excess compound with a microfiber towel using finer compounds on finer pads each time till the desired effect is achieved.
This process requires a lot of sight and feel for the paintwork, the ability to make judgments about how hard to cut and if the scratch is just too deep or not.