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Kamikaze Collection



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August 2022 UPDATED Version 

We changed material on middle layer for better performance.


Kamikaze's divine work

It was as if the polish had improved.
These are the words uttered by those who have done prior sales.
Polishing certainly requires "skill" and "experience.
However, what is more important is the triangle balance of "polisher", "abrasive" and "buff".
And that is why we call it "kamiwaza" (divine work).
It means that the matching has been further matured.

All for point pressure polishing

This product is made of thinner and harder material than general buffs.
And the shortest possible bristle material reduces rotational resistance as much as possible.
KAMIKAZE COLLECTION's definition of point pressure polishing is to remove scratches at a point without losing the eccentric motion of the double action.
We have designed and developed everything to achieve this.
If it is too thin, it will leave a beaten surface, and its own weight will cause the included buffed surface to be buffed out.
If it is too thick, it will not be able to track with point pressure, and the rotation caused by eccentric motion will be lost.
It is a balance between the two.

Material for Heat Generation

The greatest feature of wool buffing was due to the suppression of polishing heat.
However, this was for sharp compounds and wool had the advantage of not raising the temperature to the paint film.
However, in some cases, our compounds did not perform to their full potential, leaving buffing marks.
Polishing is not just about friction between the abrasive and the buff.
In some cases, heat is used to melt the paint while polishing.
This can give a more polished luster and texture to the surface.
What we sought was the difference in the finish caused by "heat".

*This product generates a lot of heat when polishing, so please consider the matching with paints (soft, low-density) that easily get entangled.