Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151 uses Meguiar’s cutting edge Unigrit abrasive and polymers to create a one-liquid solution that removes defects, produces incredible high shine with long lasting paint protection. One product does it all! Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151 is designed to provide fast and fantastic results in a high volume reconditioning facility, detail shop, or dealership.
Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151 is aggressive enough to remove severe defects, yet gentle enough to produce a durable swirl free finish. Change Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151's performance by simply adjusting your method of application. Change from a cutting pad to a light cutting pad, for example, to remove imperfections without holograms. Use the Meguiars G110 Dual Action Polisher for light defect removal and a rotary buffer for heavier paint correction. Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151 is the fully adjustable polish!
You can even apply Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151 by hand for ultra gentle swirl removal with absolutely no holograms.
“Unigrit" is a feature that describes the size and distribution of the particles on Meguiar’s Unigrit Finishing Paper. The benefits of "Unigrit" are the uniform marks left behind by the paper. With that said, "Unigrit" refers to the mechanical particles in Meguiars D151, which is a very unique type of aluminum oxide. It is very uniform in shape, size and hardness. This makes the abrasives "Unigrit", allowing a very "level" cutting action. Unigrit abrasives allow Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151 to work longer, level the paint evenly, and deliver a high gloss.
Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151 is a one-step solution for busy detailers but the shine gives nothing away. The paint will look as smooth and glossy as if you’d used a multi-step polishing process. For fast defect removal, incredible shine, and wax protection, use Meguiars Paint Reconditioning Cream D151.
Choose the appropriate pad for your goals. Set a rotary polisher to 1400-2000 RPM. Set a dual action polisher to 4-5.
Work the polish in a 2 x 2 sq. ft. area with overlapping passes. Continue working until imperfections are removed.
Wipe off the residue with a soft Microfiber Towel.
For even more gloss, perform the same steps using a softer foam pad.