The surface of the polished wheel has a natural metallic texture, bright luster, smooth and clean appearance, and a strong visual beauty, giving people a calm and low-key, successful and stable temperament that cannot be ignored. Now the wheel polishing is divided into artificial fine polishing and water polishing (also mechanical polishing). So what is the difference between these two types of polishing? Let’s take a look today.
Manual polishing is fine polishing, so the labor cost is relatively high and the time is relatively slow, so the cost is relatively high; water polishing is mechanical polishing, so the time is fast and the cost is low.
The quality of water polishing is basically the same as that of artificial fine polishing, but the surface polished by water is not as bright as that of artificial fine polishing. So many high-end car owners still prefer artificial fine polishing
KISHO reminds you that it is better to use the previous artificial fine polishing for the wheel polishing and repair. The polished wheel surface is bright and the owner is very satisfied. If your wheel hub needs polishing, you can choose manual polishing. A wheel that loses its brilliance will immediately become a glamorous wheel. After polishing, use KISHO Si-02 wheel glass coating for maintenance. While protecting the wheel, it also increases the brightness of the wheel, prevents minor sand and stone scratches, and makes cleaning easier.
Wheel Coating Si-02 How to use