Mirka brings a shine to surfaces with new polishing compound

CiMNov20News - mirka1
CiMNov20News - mirka1

Mirka says it is bringing the next generation of polishing compound to the market in November 2020 with the launch of Polarshine 12 Black.

Mirka says it is bringing the next generation of polishing compound to the market this November with the launch of Polarshine 12 Black.

This new water borne, silicone-free polishing compound has been developed with versatility at the forefront of the design process, so users in the composite, marine and ART sectors can use it across multiple surfaces and still be able to achieve a high gloss finish.

The compound can quickly and permanently remove sanding scratches by using P2000 and finer grits to leave a high gloss hologram free finish. It also has the capability to perform on dark surfaces such as dark gelcoats, high gloss lacquers, carbon fibre and Kevlar, while also preventing any milky white sheen that using a lighter coloured compound might cause. In addition, due to it being a fine polishing compound, it can be used for both production and restoration processes.

“The addition of Polarshine 12 Black to our ever-expanding product portfolio ensures that Mirka remains at the cutting edge of polishing compound technology,” stated Mirka UK’s managing director, Craig Daycock. “With all the R&D that has gone into this product, we know that it stands alone when polishing dark gelcoats or carbon fibre as well as when it is used on the clearcoat of older vehicles. We look forward to users reaping the benefits of this product as they bring the shine back to dark surfaces.”




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