The MPX Dual Action Car Polisher is a professional quality compact paint polishing tool ideal for targeting smaller areas and contoured panels with pinpoint accuracy… but with the added grunt needed to complete a whole vehicle!
Developed as the ultimate cost-effective, small-frame car polishing machine, the MPX has an 9mm orbit for intensive restoration and refinement of paintwork and is supplied complete with both 3 and 5-inch, hook-and-loop backing plates, designed to fit a full selection of polishing pads, including our Revitalise System V2 Pads, and Revitalise Spot Pads.
The choice of every detailing professional, machine polishing is the best way to restore paintwork and for the removal of common defects such as swirl marks, scratches, etching, holograms, water spots, oxidation and minor abrasions, refining paint to a flawless finish. Polishing your car is the number one cost-effective way of enhancing its appearance and increasing it value.
All paint correction processes use abrasive polishes and compounds to level down the top layer of clearcoat (or single stage topcoat) over and around the flaws, to the bottom of the deepest defect. Rather than removing the defect directly, this removes the entire area around it, until the defect simply disappears. Due to the way abrasive formulas are required to break down throughout this process, utilising a machine polisher will always be the quickest and most effective method of getting the most from your polishing product.
Through heat and physical friction, the abrasive particles in compounds are broken up as you work them through to create a finer and finer finish. On a microscopic level these particles are smashed together, breaking them up into smaller and smaller particles which cut the surface less and less, and start to refine more and more. This is what gives a compound its ‘range of cut'. This is also the reason it's important to fully work your compound through - usually indicated by the residue turning clear - for it to ‘finish down' properly and create the most refined surface possible with that particular abrasive. When using a machine polisher, working through this process is far quicker and more consistent than by hand, and that's why a machine is the choice of professionals – simply because you get amazing results. Machine polishers can also be used for the application of cleaner polishes, surface cleansers and paint Glazes, such as Tripple All-in-One Polish, Ultra Glaze Paint Glaze and Rejuvenate Paintwork Cleanser.
Our MPX Dual Action Car Polishing Machine is packing a powerful 600W motor and 6-stage adjustable speed settings (2000-6400rpm) this highly versatile machine features a slow, smooth startup and a soft grip body for easy, comfortable use. We’ve also included an extra-long cable to ensure no problems when completing higher portions of bodywork, like pillars and roofs.
Developed with increased safety in mind, our Dual Action Polishers - which also includes the full body DPX Dual Action Polisher – are capable of performing enhancements and multi-stage corrections without leaving a visible trail. These random orbital machines employ a free-floating spindle to promote pad rotation in two directions - both concentric circles from the head and a wider circulating motion from the spindle. This type of oscillation (sometimes known as the wobble) cuts down on premature heat build-up under the pad, a safety measure to prevent burning through paintwork. The 'throw' of a DA machine is simply how much oscillation it has off centre.
A DA will also stall (stop spinning the pad and simply vibrate) when too much pressure is applied, when the machine is on the edge of the pad, or if the machine is held at an uneven angle. This stalling makes a DA far safer to use than a rotary polisher, because it's almost impossible to accidentally burn through clearcoat or paint layers. An essential tool for both professional detailers and enthusiasts, these modern machines are capable of removing the same heavy defects as rotary polishers, but without the increased risk of damaging surfaces.
Our MPX machine polisher can be used with or without the supplied D-handle to offer the perfect, all-round polishing solution on any panel or paint type. For the very best results we’d recommend using your machine polisher in conjunction with our Swirl Spotter Detailing Light – the best tool for highlighting smaller defects as you work.
For more information on getting started in the world of machine polishing, including the fundamentals on machines, polishing pads, compounds and different paint types check out our article – The Basic Guide To Machine Polishing.
The MPX can be used with or without the supplied D-handle to offer the perfect, all-around polishing solution on any panel or paint type.
Please note: No pads or applicators are included with the machine polisher. Supplied with a 3-pin UK plug.