|As close to a compound as you can get!|
Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish defies convention! Intensive Polish is capable of removing 2000 grit sanding scratches, oxidation, compounding swirls and other defects without hazing. Based on its abilities you’d think it’s a compound but, in fact, Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish is just what the name says – a polish on steroids!
Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish may eliminate the need for a compound on oxidized, swirled vehicles. This polish is so safe and effective, you can remove paint flaws with little or no loss of surface gloss. Normally, you would have to compound, follow up with a swirl remover, and then a finishing polish to remove 2000 grit sanding scratches. It would take at least three steps. But with Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish, you can often go straight to wax application after polishing.
Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish leaves very little – if any – haze. The highly concentrated, small abrasives remove the paint flaw through consistent abrasive action. Compounds with large abrasives are practically scoring the paint surrounding the flaw, which causes dullness. The dullness then has to be polished out with smaller abrasives. Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish combines these two steps by gradually leveling the flaw with small, numerous abrasives that break down into a self-refining polish. The surface is left smooth, vibrant, and glossy.
This is one of the most versatile and user-friendly polishes I have ever used. To call it a polish is somewhat misleading because it really falls somewhere between a strong swirl remover and a compound. Yet, it barely dusts and leaves no surface haze on most paints. You can apply it by hand to create a jaw-dropping gloss. Apply Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish with a Porter Cable 7424XP or a rotary buffer to remove swirls, oxidation, water spots, and most scratches. Your application method dictates how this polish performs!
Use Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish on oxidized, dull paint, heavy water spots, swirls, and scratches. Even though the name says polish, by most standards, this is a compound.
Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish can also be used on freshly repainted finishes (once cured) to remove overspray and imperfections. The formula is extremely low-dusting and contains no silicone, waxes, or fillers. It’s perfect for use in a body shop or paint shop. Clean up is quick and easy.
Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish will remove most paint flaws and, in most cases, you will not need to step up to Menzerna PowerGloss Compound.
Create a high gloss, swirl-free finish with the polish acts like a compound. Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish removes moderate to severe paint imperfections with minimal or no loss of gloss and almost no dusting.
Application by Hand:
Application by Machine:
- Mist the Wolfgang German Polish N Wax Applicator with McKee's 37 Pad Conditioner to moisten the foam. Apply a nickel size amount of Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish to the applicator.
- Work in a back and forth, overlapping motion until the area starts to dry. Wipe off the polish with a damp Cobra Microfiber Towel. Work in 2 x 2 sq. ft. sections until the entire vehicle is done.
Note: Applying Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish by hand will enhance gloss but it will not remove swirls or scratches. For paint correction, you must apply this product with a polisher.
- Make sure the surface to be compounded is clean and dry. Fresh paint should be fully cured. Apply Intensive Polish out of direct sunlight.
- Use a wool or foam polishing pad, like Lake Country’s CCS White Polishing Pad or The Edge’s Blue Pad. Apply a 6 inch line of compound to the vehicle. With the polisher turned off, spread the polish over about a 2 x 2 sq. ft. area.
- Polish at 1200-1800 RPM (5000-6000 OPM on a dual action polisher) working slowly across and then up and down the area. Check your work after several passes to see if the defect has been removed. If so, reduce the pressure and continue buffing until a high gloss is achieved. If the pad becomes dry, mist it with water and continue buffing.
- Wipe the area with a damp microfiber cloth.
- If necessary, follow with Menzerna Final Polish to restore optimum gloss.
- Always apply a wax or sealant after compounding or polishing. We recommend Wolfgang Deep Gloss Paint Sealant 3.0 to seal in the shine with its long-lasting polymer formula.
32 oz. (1 Quart)
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Menzerna PO 91E Intensive Polish 32 oz.
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Does not finish well...
December 15, 2014
I'm not sure if I wasn't using this product wrong... But for me megs 105, and Wolfgang uber compound both finished out better than this. I bought a 32 oz bottle of this, tried test spots on 3 different cars, and threw it in the trash.
Cons:Dusted and finished worse than most compounds.
February 14, 2009
This is a good product for newer clearcoat, this product has trouble removing some imperfections. Yet this product breakdown and finishes wonderfully. If you are looking for something with more cutting power, try power gloss.
Good stuff, but SIP is worth the money
July 11, 2008
This product has been really the only medium cut polish ive worked with. It is alright but i wish i had gotten the SIP. Dusts quite a bit and removes a decent amount of swirls, but overall i wasnt overwhelmed with its cutting power. Maybe it was just the light but i felt like i wasnt getting as far as id have liked. Looks great when paired with Menzerna's FP though
Good polish, but short working time
August 4, 2007
This is a good polish that removes swirl marks fast. It is sometimes necessary to go over an area 2 or 3 times to obtain a surface that has no swirls. Depending on the hardness for your Clear coat. I find it has a hard time completely removing 2000 grit sanding marks, it makes them disappear in a matter of seconds but a closer look reviles shallow valleys. I find the product has a very short working time, even on cool surfaces in the shade, and it dusts a lot. Other than that its a great polish.
June 25, 2007
If you are looking for an abrasive polish that finishes down well, look no further. Nicer results than ssr 2.5 and less dust. Absolutely overpowers Megs DACP. Add in Finish Polish and you have a two hit knockout combo.