Polish out fine streaks, abrasions, and hazing on high-gloss wood coatings by hand or power buffing pads. Finish will be high-gloss, free of imperfections.
For touch-up damage repair, use after AP2 Medium Compound 2000 (PO91e) and follow with AP4 Final Finish Polish 3000.
Works exceptionally well with polyester finishes. Non-polyester finishes (e.g., polyurethane, enamel, lacquer) are softer and thinner, use caution and be less aggressive. High gloss lacquer finishes are the most fragile and often the best solution for troublesome scratches and abrasions is to replace the high gloss lacquer.
Use power buffing pads or by hand. Power buffing wheels may be used but works best with solid bar compounds.
Use separate buffing setups for each compound level, mixing compounds makes the finer compounds ineffective with unwanted results.