Premium Grade Rubbing Compound (18 fl. oz.)
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Turtlewax Premium Grade Rubbing Compound (18 fl. oz.)

Part No. T415 Warranty Details  
Turtle Wax® Premium Grade Rubbing Compound with nanotechnology polishing agents removes medium to heavy oxidation and scratches to restore your car's finish.

Product Features:
  • Medium-cut compound is formulated with an aggressive blend of nanotechnology polishing agents to help restore your car's finish
  • Removes scratches, heavy swirl marks, surface blemishes and 1,500-grit sanding scratches
  • Restores gloss and prepares the finish for waxing
  • Silicone-free formula is safe for use in professional detail shops and paint and body shops
  • Safe for most finishes
  • Can be applied by hand or with an orbital or rotary polisher
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Clear Coat Safe:Yes
Color Specific:Yes
Flammable:Yes
Liquid Or Paste:Yes
Protect From Freezing:Yes
Ready to Use:Yes
Spray:Yes
Weight:18 18

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TurtlewaxPremium Grade Rubbing Compound (18 fl. oz.)
 
3.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

A+

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from NJ

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Comments about Turtlewax Premium Grade Rubbing Compound (18 fl. oz.):

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(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Works Great

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from Michigan

About Me Casual Driver

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Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Effectively Removes Dirt & Grime
  • Protects Finish
  • Safe To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Anywhere-Anytime

    Comments about Turtlewax Premium Grade Rubbing Compound (18 fl. oz.):

    My car was hit in a parking lot by someone which it left multiple black/gray streaks across my red bumper. I thought all was lost until I found this stuff. After a bit of elbow grease all the paint transfer is gone and the small light scratches are gone. There as about a 2 foot by 1 foot area that had marks and I only used about a quarter of the container. Don't expect to just put this stuff on and everything to dissapear, it takes quite a bit of moderate rubbing but it will come out snd it won't damage your paint.

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    5.0

    Effectively removes clear coat scratches

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    from NJ

    About Me Auto Enthusiast

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Effectively Removes Dirt & Grime
    • Inexpensive
    • Safe To Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Anywhere-Anytime

      Comments about Turtlewax Premium Grade Rubbing Compound (18 fl. oz.):

      Driving around NY, getting cut off is nothing new. The other day, I was cut off by a cab and scraped up the front left side of my bumper. I applied this rubbing compound on an applicator pad and it took off all the clear coat scratches. I followed up with some 3M Glaze and the area looked even better than the rest of the car! If the scratch is through the clear coat this won't work! Nothing can repair a deep paint scratch aside from a respray. The other reviewer who says this doesn't work doesn't know what he's talking about! This stuff works and is priced right.

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      (18 of 37 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Acts like polish

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      from Richmond

      About Me Car Owner

      Comments about Turtlewax Premium Grade Rubbing Compound (18 fl. oz.):

      Doesnt remove scuffs or scratches.

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      • Q:

        I have some scratches on my back bumper left by another car. The other car left behind some if its own paint as well. How should I go about using this product to both smooth the scratches and get the other cars paint off? I also bought some turtle wax and cotton clothes hoping that I could work the other cars paint off. Any advice anyone? Not really looking to buy a buffer. Thanks!
        Asked on 10/12/2011 by Paint Newbie from Austin, TX

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          How to use: Test first on an inconspicuous area for compatibility with the finish. Wash and dry car. Apply a ribbon of product to a 2 ft. x 2 ft. area. HAND APPLICATION: Using a soft cotton towel (for more cutting action) or sponge applicator (for lighter cutting action) use gentle, even back and forth pressure to remove scratches and oxidation. Buff lightly with a soft cloth. Reapply if necessary. Apply wax to increase shine and protection. MACHINE APPLICATION: Apply a thin ribbon of product to small 2 ft. x 2 ft. section and use a foam (for lighter polishing action), terry (for more polishing action), or microfiber pad at a speed between 1000 and 1500 rpm. Use back and forth motion to polish paint, reducing pressure as shine develops. Remove excess polish by hand with a soft terry cloth.

          Answered on 10/12/2011 by Aaron from AAP
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