How to use Turtlewax rubbing compound

Turtlewax rubbing compound
A user review of this product:

This is how its look like.
And this is how it’s apply. Using the sponge/microfiber towel to put in some of the content compound then rub on the car surface
Continuous rubbing until the scratches is gone

Here I should say, do clean it with microfiber towel, not paper..

Do remember to follow up with polishing and waxing after this. Do not leave it like this.
This is the comment from a visitor which tells the right thing:
xxxx. You gotta be careful with rubbing compound you can xxxx your paint finish up if you use the wrong technique, remember this stuff is an abrasive paste and what it is doing is removing a fine level of Clearcoat, if you rub to hard you can go thru the clearcoat and cut the paint, then its a respray/touchup job. If i were doing this i would use Polishing Compound which is less abrasive, then i wld use a polish and a wax/sealant and i would use a damp microfibre towel not a paper cloth.
At the same time, rubbing compound can use to restore headlight? Let see how it goes.

A strong faded head light here

Keep on rubbing it with the compound. Hey this is not me, someone from youtube man..
After that..

Or better can try turtle head light restoration kit
Some review here from kerobinsonii in youtube.
Turtlewax head light restoration kit! easy enough! 1 kit solve all!

While unboxing…

Start with compounding.

As usual, apply in cloth and rub it.
After that clean it with microfiber cloth
 And now it looks better.

 There are also sanding pad which come along with the restoration pack
 Don’t forget to spray with the lubricant
 While it still moister with lubricant, sand it
 Follow with the next grade of sand paper which comes along
Remember to follow the instruction manual, follow grade by grade.
Oh man….now he comes with polisher??

For those who don’t want to hand compound....

 Clean it off then, with microfiber towel
Here it goes..

 lastly, to make sure the lens is long lasting after the headlight restore process, here is the sealing wipe to apply.

Here is the ready stock with me. And you can order from here! at Malaysia! ship nationwide!

and here is the instruction from Turtlewax website:
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Headlight Lens Restorer

    • This unique process restores dull, yellowed headlights to like new condition in less than 5 minutes per lens. Unique process restores dull, yellowed headlights to like new condition
    • Lens Clarifying Compound quickly removes surface discoloration and may be all that is needed to restore clarity
    • 3 multi-stage wet restoration pads focus on deeper discoloration and scratches to restore the lens to like new condition
    • New sealing wipe helps protect from future yellowing and discoloration
    How do I use?

    1. Wash headlight lens to remove surface dirt.
    2. If lens to be restored is next to painted surfaces, use masking tape to protect the paint.
    3. Apply Lens Clarifying Compound to a cotton cloth. Rub compound over entire lens using firm pressure. Buff with clean terry cloth. Restore only one lens at a time. If lens does not come clean with Lens Clarifying Compound, proceed to Step 4.
    4. Apply Spray Lube to Level 1 pad (green pad) and to lens to be restored. Use pads on only those areas requiring restoration. Begin rubbing the Level 1 pad, using firm finger pressure, in a back and forth motion over the lens, continuing until much of the oxidation is removed. Use the Spray Lube as necessary to keep the lens and pad wet. The green Level 1 pad will require the longest use.
    5. Immediately switch to the Level 2 pad (brown). Rub back and forth in the opposite direction (90 degrees) of the Level 1 pad for about 1 minute, keeping the pad and lens surface wet using the Spray Lube. Switch to the Level 3 side of the final pad (purple) and repeat the process for 1 minute. Flip to the Level 4 side of the final pad (blue) and repeat the process for 1 minute.
    6. Dry the lens with a cotton towel. Lens Clarifying Compound and rub thoroughly back and forth until the lens clarifies. Let compound dry to a haze and buff with a cotton cloth. Lens Clarifying Compound can be applied by machine with a foam pad at 1500 RPMs.
    7. Apply a high-quality vehicle wax, such as Turtle Wax® Super Hard Shell® paste or liquid wax, to seal and protect the lens.

You can choose hand rubbing, hand sanding or machine polishing. With 1 toolkit. enough for all purpose to serve! Enjoy!
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How to change a driller to polisher with Dewalt

As per title. This is to show you and tell you how to change a driller to polisher. And sure..with Dewalt tool.

OK.Do you ever wonder how is the age of polishing went through when the old age of car waxing era?
Is that what we see right now in the market of polisher is what we ever look for?
Basically there are 2 kind of dominating polisher in our car care industry. The rotary and the dual action model of polisher.
I had been thinking of the fact of polisher is a kind of machine that assists us to doing our job easily, hence what we need is the tool that can keep on rotating non-stop that what our hand find it difficult to achieve. We can do it by hand, maybe…but really not that easy.
I have my own machine which is not a polisher, and I found the way to turn it into a polisher. Which serve the tool with non-stop rotating in doing the job. At the same time I get it muti-purpose that not just being a polisher only also other function. And I found the article in the internet which teaches us to convert the power tool to polisher is not that much, hence I will use this article here to explain how I did it! Keep reading the article and find out then~

Found this screen shot familiar? Ya this is the demonstration of Merguiars and let’s see how this was done. To let you know that when I have no idea how other people did the job here and how Meguiars made this happened when I tried to convert my power tool to polisher. The screen shot above is the Merguiars who whole a same brand of tool I have. His one is the Dewalt model of driller with lower power whereby my driller of Dewalt stand for 650watt. Yellow color, Dewalt right?? Let move further here.

Ah ha….Merguiars suggested the corded drill. Here how the staff attach a soft little wool on the drill.

This is how it looks like.

Functioning, spinning and keep on going~~

Keep on spinning.

So now we have some ideas? Cool~!  Don’t forget that until this stage, the drill polisher above is not a dual action polisher. Let’s move further.

Here is the Ac Delco polisher. Doesn’t it looks like a polisher+driller?

Here is another screenshot from some clips, a real Merguiars Dual Action polisher head which specially design to attach with the power drill. Yes. Only the front stuff which can attach to the driller.

Here is a funny advertising from Merguiars where the left guy with big traditional orbital buffer is going to throw away the old school stuff.

And now he holding the driller + polisher head DA polisher.

How he make it? Here is the secret~~

Ta dang~~~!!

This is how he apply it~

This is the so called DA power system. See the head there?the Right side one.

here got another picture tell the almost similar thing. 
YES~!! When you are here you got it, basically this is the another way of the polisher market.
How people find and attach the polisher head to their power tool – power drill.
So How I do it ? OK, refer below and enjoy!!
First thing the core. It is the backing plate or call it backing disc/sanding disc or etc~
This is the Bosch brand with 5 inch of size.
Attach the back or the flat plate side with Velcro:

The Velcro is as below:
if you don’t have a Velcro, you  might need to reach me for it. String Velcro is what I mean here.
Don’t miss out the real body.
My tools is here:

YEA~~ My Dewalt drill + Borsh plate + sponge/buffing pad. The dual action do cost much for us here. It almost cost me another tool of price. Hence here is another way to turn my driller to the tool i cna use on my car! Enjoy ya!

But let say you need a proper polisher tool which deliver better result like Dewalt polisher. Click here. 
If you would look for Dewalt power tool for a best price ever? Click here. 
Or if Dewalt is just too much for you and look for a lower cost of tool? Click here for Stanley then.