What do you do after successfully exfoliating your gelcoat? Give it some additional cleansing! Enter Tone & Brighten…you’ve take the heavy pores out of the gel and did a nice job leveling it out but you still need to refine your gelcoat even further. One unique aspect behind this amazing medium-cut compound is the formula is DA polisher preferable but works with rotary’s just as well.
Tone & Brighten will help level out the gelcoat even more making the surface even smoother. This unique medium cut polishing compound has a lot of cutting power and minimal dusting. It will start out with a good amount of grit and progressively work into a fine polish as you work the product in. As with Exfoliate we added a ton of lubricity to give you a really long working time.
After you’ve properly massaged Tone & Brighten into the gelcoat, it will leave the boats surface in most cases swirl free and ready for your sunscreen application. If not swirl free then you will have minimal swirls left behind.
You know you’ve worked this unique compound in enough when you’re left with a slight haze of product. You’ll be left with a high gloss shine coming off your boats surface! Make sure you have your sunglasses handy.
After a quick toning session, your boats surface will be ready for moisturizing. Exfoliate followed up by Tone & Brighten is the perfect 1…2 punch for leaving your boats fiberglass dripping wet and hydrated.
- Apply a bead of product to a 2ft X 2ft area if using a rotary polisher. If using a DA place 4-5 drops on a foam pad.
- Using a rotary polisher, slowly buff using an overlapping pattern with enough pressure to eliminate surface defects.
- As the compound material diminishes, finesse the paint or gel surface, progressively using less pressure until a high gloss is achieved.
- Wipe off excess product with a microfiber towel.