The Gyeon Polishing Program - water-based, without fillers or silicones, and virtually dust-free.
Gyeon Compound Cutting Polish removes moderate to severe paint defects in minimal time, achieving a nearly perfect high-gloss finish. It can be used with both rotary and dual-action polishers, leaving no oily or greasy residue, minimizing the need for extensive wiping.
Additionally, washing out the pads is pleasantly quick as the polish is not oily.
Here are a few general, fundamental, and non-binding guidelines for polishing. The process requires experience, so we recommend beginners to start with a practice object, for example, from a junkyard. For those interested, we offer polishing training at GEC.
- Thoroughly wash and clean the vehicle to remove dirt and dust
- Ensure that the paint is cool and dry
- Ideally, park the car in the shade or in a garage
- Use the recommended GYEON polishing pad
- Apply a small amount of polishing paste to the pad
- Distribute the paste evenly on the pad (using fingers and protective gloves)
- Set the polishing machine to a low speed and apply only light pressure
- Start slowly moving the polishing machine in a cross pattern over the paint
- Do not skip any areas and work in small sections (approximately 40 cm x 40 cm)
- Do not polish over edges, seams, and attachments; mask them off
- Regularly check the progress by wiping with a polishing cloth
- Ensure that too much material is not removed, and the paint is not damaged
- Repeat the process if the result is not satisfactory