3M Perfect-It III Rubbing Compound is lighter than the Extra Cut (3M-05936). Part of the 3M Paint Finishing Compound line, Perfect It III Rubbing Compound is designed to remove scratches on paint left from sanding P1500 and finer. Buffing with a black foam polishing pad (3M-05725) is recommended.These compounds provide excellent handling characteristics with easy clean up. Perfect It III does not comply with updated VOC requirements in some states. Perfect It 3000 compounds, glazes and swirlmark removal products meet the new VOC laws in the states of New England, California and Texas effective January 1, 2005.
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Completely removes scratches without filling
Easy to detail
Works on fresh or cured paint surfaces
Non-gritty formula produces a fine swirl mark finish
Compounds Polishes Waxes
How many sq ft of hull surface will a quart cover?
Tom Ray Tom Ray
I'm not exactly sure of the square footage, but from 10 years experience detailing boats I can tell you that 1 qt will easily do the entire hull of a 48' boat or a complete 42' boat.
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THE COLONY, TX
I used this product on my 1981 Mercedes 380SL after being disappointed with the paint job. It was easy to apply and now my car looks terrific. Thank you.
Jonathan in Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
I used the product to remove light oxidation from the gelcoat of my 6 year old boat, using a rotary buffer. It cut through the oxidation very quickly and left a high gloss finish ready for the final wax coat. It worked so well that I will be trying it next on a friend's 30 year old boat to remove heavy oxidation.