CarPro KXK Dynamics R.I.D STIX
R.I.D.STIX are specially designed sanding blocks to aid in the improvement or removal of random isolated deeper scratches that cannot be achieved from strictly compounding and polishing alone. When used in combination with sand paper, R.I.D.STIX ergonomic, patent-pending design, maximizes the contact between the sanding block and a vehicle panel to obtain a more consistent, even sanding mark that can be polished out quickly and easily!
Designed to be used with sand paper, these ergonomic tools maximise the contact between the sanding block and the vehicle panel to ensure a more consistent and even sanding mark that can be removed quickly, easily and efficienctly!
The KXK Dynamics RID STIX advanced sanding blocks, designed by Jason Kilmer and Eron Knox and are developed and manufactured by KXK Dynamics! The RID STIX are designed to aid in the removal of random isolated deeper scratches that cannot be achieved by compounding alone.
When used in combination with sand paper, RID STIX ergonomic, patent-pending design, maximises the contact between the sanding block and a vehicle panel to obtain a more consistent, even sanding mark that can be polished out quickly and easily!
Years of research and development by Jason Kilmer, Eron Knox of Red's Detail Co., and Andy Ward of Proficient X results in TWO unique sanding block styles both designed to provide a unique tactile sensitive feedback to the technician!
Remove random isolated scratches and other defects in no time!
- (2 Pieces) White Foam Hard Blocks
- (2 Pieces) Black Foam Soft Blocks
- Tactile feedback sensitivity
- Contours to surface
- Beveled Top
- No Bevel on bottom
- Length: 2"
- Width: 1/2"
- Depth: 3/4"
- Intended for use on automotive paint only
Instructions on use:
When using the R.I.D.STIX to wet sand, wrap a piece of your favourite sand paper around the block, lightly spritz water on the surface to, and the wrapped piece of sand paper, and then begin sanding. Depending on how long a technician is sanding the effected area, it is recommended to lightly spritz water on the surface being sanded every 4 - 7 passes to keep the surface lubricated and the paper from getting clogged with clear coat residue.