This high performance compound is recommended for the first polishing step. Its grain, the most aggressive among the BigFoot compounds, creates rapid removal of marks and scratches. Use of the Zephir compound results in maximum restoration of the paint and creates a high gloss finish.Learn More & See Price »
This compound contains medium grit abrasive that easily and quickly corrects small surface scratches produced by brush actions such as those of car washes. The compound allows the operator to work safely, without creating swirl marks or holograms.Learn More & See Price »
This compound is specially formulated to be effective on clear coats that are particularly hard. The compound is used for the final polishing step following dust nib or spot removal with microabrasives. Used properly, the compound produces hologram free finish.Learn More & See Price »
Specifically designed for the last step of the finishing process, this compound gives the surface a particular brightness and depth of color. The compound is water soluble, making removal of any residue extremely easy. The Diamond compound produces the high gloss shine that all professionals seek.Learn More & See Price »
Rupes Compounds and Polishes
Detail King stocks the Rupes Compounds and Polishes that are formulated to work the Rupes BigFoot polishers. These Rupes products such as Zephir Gloss, Quarz Gloss, Keramic Gloss and Ultra Fine, are the primary compounding and polishing products to use with the Rupes. The RUPES random orbital polishers enable the use of the whole surface of the Rupes pads. When using traditional rotary buffers and polishers, it is necessary to maintain the buffer inclined as compared to the work surface due to the high temperatures that develop on the surface being buffed, which reduces the useful surface of the buffer up to 40 %.
The random orbital movement and advanced technical features of new RUPES polishers maintain the superficial temperature within acceptable limits end eliminate the risk of “burning” the clear coat. Not only will you achieve the best glossiest finish with no swirls, but you will be able to do it in much less time than with a conventional rotary polisher.