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Old 19-11-2017, 06:20 PM   #1
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Detailing news -Scholl Concepts Ecofix at Cleanandshiny

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Five new polishing compounds in an exciting new line-up…

Scholl Concepts have just released their brand new, competitively-priced and stunningly effective range of products

Introducing the Scholl Concepts Ecofix Finish System.

Tests show the new Ecofix Finish System really does have the double wow factor - both in performance and price!

Pricing starts at just £13.65 for a 1 Litre Bottle and only £4.15 for a Pad. These are aimed and been developed for the detailing and car enthusiast market and not suitable for the use in body shops. For professional painters, the premium ‘S’ Compounds are recommended.

We have recently used the compounds on a Land Rover Discovery and found the products to work really well in both removing fine swirls (This was a new car detail) and also in refining.

More information about each product below and you can view them on our website here - https://www.cleanandshiny.co.uk/sear...oduct&q=Ecofix


E1500

Cutting power: Extra Heavy
Gloss Level: High
Sanding Paper: P1500

The Cutting Compound can be applied with all Scholl Polishing Pads. For best results, we recommend the use of the Universal Polishing Pad orange or the coarse white pad. It can be applied with a rotary polisher as well as orbital polishing machines.

E2000

Cutting Power: Heavy
Gloss Level: High
Sanding Paper: P2000

E2000 can be used with all Scholl Polishing Pads. To achieve an excellent high-gloss finish in just one single step on fresh paintwork, we recommend using the hard, white Polishing Pad. On used and weathered surfaces best results can be achieved with the orange Universal Pad. The E2000 was designed for applications with rotary polishers. However, it can also be applied easily with a modern high-stroke dual action polisher.

E3000


Cutting Power: Fine
Gloss Level: Extreme
Sanding Paper: P3000

E3000 can generally be applied with all SchollPolishing Pads. For the best , results we recommend the use of the universal Polishing Pad orange or the soft black Pad. It can be applied with a rotary as well as an orbital polishing machines.

E-WAX


Cutting Power: Microfine
Gloss Level: Extreme
Protection Level: Brilliant

In cases of severe scratched paintwork, we recommend the use of a Cutting Compound like E1500 or E2000 prior to the application of E-Wax. Generally we advise applying E-Wax by hand using our soft black Application Puck. Distribute the wax evenly and in a circular motion on the paint surface; let it dry and wipe off the residue with our seamless, red MicroPLUS Finishing Cloth. E-Wax can also be applied by machine using an orbital or rotary polisher and the soft black Polishing Pad.


E-ALL IN ONE


Cutting Power: Heavy
Gloss Level: Brilliant
Protection Level: High

The E-ALL IN ONE can broadly be used with all Scholl Polishing Pads. We recommend our abrasive TopWool Polishing Pad for severely weathered or heavily scratched surfaces. For intermediate paint perfection, use the open-pored white Polishing Pad. To get a perfect final finish we advise the use of the extra soft black Pad.

Ecofix Finish System Pads

Scholl Concepts Ecofix pads as recommended to work perfectly with the new Ecofix compounds and wax - Orange, White, Soft Black, and TopWool.
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I'll assume that these would all be 'water based' due to the ECO branding, BUT can anyone enlighten me please whether they are?

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