McKee's 37 Spray Correcting Polish is a medium cut sprayable polish that utilizes engineered abrasives to remove light to moderate paint defects including swirl marks, scratches, oxidation, and water spots. Spray Correcting Polish is the perfect one-step solution for detailers and enthusiasts looking to reduce the number of polishing steps without reducing quality. Spray Correcting Polish leaves painted surfaces glossy by removing gloss-hindering paint defects. This water-based, body-shop sprayable polish can be used with dual action and rotary polishers equipped with foam or microfiber pads. The level of cut is dependent on the pad of your choice.
Directions: Shake well. Spray 2-3 mists of product directly onto your pad of choice. Work on a section no larger than 12 x 12 inches square. Perform 4-5 overlapping passes at a medium speed until the polish starts to turn clear. Remove excess residue before moving on to the next section.
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I used the Spray Correcting Polish on a rear bumper that had light scratches in the clear coat. This polish was very easy to work with, it quickly removed the scratches and it left the bumper looking very good. This is a great product for correcting minor paint defects.
Was OK but hard to remove and didn't remove most of the swirls I wanted
I have a 2019 Black Sierra 4X4 truck with lots of chrome and nice wheels. When I first tried the product, I watched the HOW-TO by Nick a couple of times to ensure I was going to do this per the instructions on the bottle and the How to. I was working outside in the Florida sun with mostly Clouds and a high in the mid 70's. I was using a Porter Cable 7224xp buffer with the orange pads. At first, I tried the white pads and that didn't remove anything so I step it up to the 5 inch Orange pads from LC. Added the product to the pad and blotted onto the vehicle in a 2 x2 foot section at the most. The product was drying fairly quickly after only 4 passes and I immediately started to remove with Yellow Microfiber towels with a long nap on one side and short on the other. I was using the short to remove and it just didn't want to come off. After adding a quick detailer spray, it worked fine. So, I reduce the size area to just a little over 1x1 and it still was a problem from time to time. I would buff it off after 3 passes while it was still a little wet and had to apply more for another three passes. After I saw that most of the swirls were not coming out, I stopped and just did a nice buffing job for the rest of the truck. Most Swirls did not come out and by this time I figured this was not the product for me. I went to a swirl remover from someone else that I have had some good results with and finished up later that day. The product for some reason left the finish a little on the oily side. No matter how much I would buff, it would not come out. So, after I used the other product, it no longer felt oily. I think it went on fine, did not remove some of the more noticeable swirls but some of the smaller ones, and the finish was not to my liking. I would try, next time, McKee's 37 Swirl remover in 6 to 7 months and this time, it will have to be inside the garage due to the temperature. Sorry guys, I really wanted to like it. :-(
Thanks for the review, Thomas. It sounds like Spray Correcting Polish wasn't the right product for the job, based on the defects you described. A better option would have been our COMPLETE SWIRL REMOVER, which is a more aggressive polish. Also, make sure the panel you're working on his not warm or hot to the touch. This will make any product more difficult to remove. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you! - Nick
The Hidden Gem of the Lineup
For vehicles that won't ever get a full graphene treatment - but still have serviceable paint - this hidden gem is key to a great, time-saving detail.
- Use the Universal Clay Mitt when washing; followed by Spray Correcting Polish with a Yellow or Orange pad (fairly aggressive). Finish with 360 Ceramic One Step and a Black finishing pad. Save a lot of time and get an eye-popping, shiny, glossy vehicle.
Very nice polish to work with. Leaves a nice finish. Worked well with both Rupes pads and Lake Country pads. Tackles light defects and swirls very well. Does not leave an oily film It loses a star because it does dust a little more than some other polishes I have used.