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Meguiar's Pro Speed Compound M100

Meguiar's Pro Speed Compound M100 - 32 oz
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Product Description

Remove severe paint imperfections with ease with Meguiar's Pro Speed Compound M100! You will be amazed at how well this heavy polishing compound removes the most severe paint imperfections, while finishing down extremely well! With one application you notice the minimal hazing left behind immediately after use! It is highly recommended that you use a dual action or rotary buffer to apply M100, however it can also be applied by hand. Pick up a Meguiar's DA Microfiber Cutting Disc Buffing Pad or a Lake Country Purple Foamed Wool Pad and apply at a lower speed to start off. Bump up the speed as needed and you will be able to remove deep swirls and finer scratches quickly and easily! M100 can be used on all paint finishes, including scratch-resistant and conventional clear coats. It is similar to the Meguiar's Foam Cut Compound M101 but far more affordable! If you are looking for a heavy polishing compound that will finish down extremely well then the Meguiar's Pro Speed Compound M100 is for you!

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Product Description

PRO SPEED COMPOUND
Fast cutting body shop safe compound with advanced technology designed for Professionals.

Directions

DIRECTIONS: SHAKE WELL. For best results, apply to a clean, cool properly cured paint surface.
  1. Set rotary buffer to approximately 1200 - 1800 RPM's and work one section at a time using your favorite Meguiar's Wool Cutting Pad.
  2. Apply Pro Speed Compound (M100) directly to the paint surface and begin working in a 2' x 2' area with overlapping passes. Buff area using light to medium pressure. Reduce pressure when compound begins to dry. Continue working until defects or sanding marks are removed.
  3. Wipe off remaining residue with a Meguiar's Ultimate Wipe (M9910) prior to polishing.
  4. For final polishing, please choose the appropriate Meguiar's Foam Pad and your favorite Meguiar's polish.
PROFESSIONAL TIP: For best results be sure to remove any compound residue off all door jamb areas before moving on to polishing the surface. Additionally, for optimum results clean your pads frequently using either the Meguiar's Pad Washer (WPW) or Meguiar's Pad Conditioner Brush (WPCB).

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Meg's Pro Speed Comp M100 very satisfactory results! Used GG DA 4.5 on setting, Megs 5" MF Backing Plate, Meg's 5" MF Cutting Pad.

MBenz S63 AMG Black finish. First of all need to say since client has a ton of cars this one wasn't really "special" meaning it sat outside in the elements and was very neglected. Well as we all know cars left outside, especially under trees, with time tend to accumulate bird poop etching amongst other things. After washing and prepping tried to remove with D300 on MF pads but no luck. OK no go so then I decided to step it up a notch and tried my new bottle of M100 on MF pad. (I was introduced to M100 by the Meg's guys while visiting with them at their SEMA 2013 booth) Kicked up the speed on the GG DA by .5 and proceeded to work in the comp into the bird poop etched areas. After working in the product with moderate pressure and few passes I removed and cleaned the residue. Sure enough the etching from the bird poop was completely gone! Very impressed as I've seen others wet sand bird poop to remove it. As we all know least aggressive method first before going hard core. Saved me lots of time and when all said and done all the bird poop etching was gone. Cool I thought, Thank You Meg's guess my Vegas trip wasn't in vain!!

Second test subject 2013 Nissan NV Passenger van dark blue deep scratches.

This client's son and daughter thought it be nice to use the rear passenger side quarter panel as a "chalk board" if you will. Except that instead of using chalk they used a sharp object such as a screwdriver or something similar to engrave their names on the rear panel. After seeing the depth of the damage done by the pointed object I notified the client that it might not come out completely. He understood and said that he was already planning on taking it in and having it resprayed again due to depth of the damage done.
Ok cleaned and prepped area first as needed. Broke out the GG DA, 5" MF cutting pad on Meg's 5" backing plate. Applied some M100 Pro Speed Comp and kicked up the DA to full all out speed setting of 6.
I rarely use speed setting 6 on this machine especially when using MF pads due to excess heat. However I knew by damage done that I had to give it full speed if any of the deep scratches were to come out. Hit area harder than usual with heavy pressure on the DA. Used several over lapping passes, then back again then finally wiped off the comp. Visually inspected and also felt surface to gage how much heat was being generated. Sure enough surface temp very warm so few sprays of water then wiped it off. Not bad most of the names were gone but some still left. Applied a few more drops of M100 and went over the section again over lapping passes. Finished section and cleaned it up and 95% of the scratches were gone! One deep scratch was near the crease of the panel so didn't work it too hard as to not burn the paint there. If it could've been taped off I would've but just in a very tight area so left alone. Needless to say client was very pleased with results.

I've also used the M100 on same Meg's 5" MF system while compounding darker Porsche 911s. It def has a much stronger cut than D300 and when used with much higher speed settings on DA it can remove RIDS and bird poop etching. However when compounding larger panels it will leave behind a white "cloud" looking film in the paint. Not micro marring as with other compounds but rather a cloudy film that will go away once the finishing step is done. Some of this surface clouding can be removed by spray misting the panel then wiping with a microfiber towel. However must be careful not to use too much pressure or you can damage or introduce more swirls and have to redo surface again. Hence why I prefer to leave it alone and just deal with it in the finishing stage. Anyways just thought I'd share my experiences with Meg's M100.
I have lots of compounds in my collection but learning to use this when other products required results aren't achieved. Grab a bottle and give it a shot next time you can. I'm sure like me you won't be disappointed!

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