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Old 16-11-2017, 11:21 AM   #1
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Lightbulb New Release : CarPro ClearCUT - Rapid Cutting Compound


CarPro ClearCut - Rapid Cut Compound
Time is money... Save it!

Tired of spending countless hours cutting heavy defects out of the paint? Who isn't? For the past few years CarPro has been working towards creating a fast and heavy cutting compound, vastly more aggressive than any compound CarPro has produced before! The result is.... CarPro ClearCut! CarPro ClearCut is the compound you reach for BEFORE your finishing polish, such as Reflect! CarPro ClearCut was developed to QUICKLY remove defects whilst allowing you to easily view your work through the polish. Within 1-2 passes you can begin to watch the defects literally disappear before your eyes as the compound begins to become transparent. This allows you to continue cutting as needed OR stop as soon as the defects are removed and you find yourself ready for finishing polish. In some cases and with the correct combinations this incredible next-gen compound may also be used as a 1 step product!

CarPro ClearCut is an extremely fast acting liquid abrasive built from the ground up for efficiency, performance, and speed! Unlike other popular compounds on the market ClearCut doesn't fool you by swelling the paint or hiding water spots and scratches just to see them re-surface later! With NO fillers ClearCut wipes off fully and a simple Eraser wipe down EASILY removes any lubricants.

Unlike compounds of the past, CarPro ClearCut has its own method of application for optimal results... reversing the traditional "heavy to light" method, we start with lighter pressure and finish heavy! Additionally I find myself using a bit more compound with ClearCut than I do with traditional compounds. While ClearCut cuts like a Ginsu, it is also low dusting and wipes off with ease! Say goodbye to hours of wasted time and hello to efficiency and less labor costs!

Buy yours here today!
https://carpro.uk.com/products/clear...compound-250ml
https://carpro.uk.com/products/clear...compound-500ml
https://carpro.uk.com/products/clear...ompound-1000ml

Features:
  • Next-Gen Compound
  • Cuts FAST!
  • Saves time
  • Zero Fillers
  • Low dusting
  • Removes p1000 grit and up
  • Body shop safe
  • Compatible with both Dual Action and Rotary machine
  • Compatible with a variety of foam, microfiber, and wool pads

Specifications:
  • Size: 250ml
  • Color: White

Directions:

For Dual Action use:
  • Prime (clean dry pad) with a very thin worked in layer of compound and add an additional 3-4 pea sized drops of product
  • Spread product across section
  • Raise speed to HIGH speed with LOW pressure
  • Use MINIMAL pressure for first 2-3 passes increasing pressure with each pass
  • Increase pressure with each pass, finishing down with heavier pressure
  • When scratches are gone or polish has been worked through, wipe clean with microfiber towel
  • Clean pad
  • Move to next section -> Apply 6 - 8 pea size drops to pad and repeat steps 2-7.

For Rotary use:
  • Prime (clean dry pad) with a very thin worked in layer of compound and add an additional 3-4 pea sized drops of product
  • Spread product across section
  • Keep polisher on low speed with LOW pressure
  • Use MINIMAL pressure for first 2-3 passes increasing pressure with each pass
  • Increase pressure with each pass, finishing down again with low pressure
  • When scratches are gone or polish has been worked through, wipe clean with microfiber towel
  • Clean pad
  • Move to next section -> Apply 6 - 8 pea size drops to pad and repeat steps 2-7.



Tips:
  • We recommend following with CarPro Reflect or Essence.
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Old 16-11-2017, 11:23 AM   #2
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Old 16-11-2017, 12:58 PM   #3
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Now that is impressive. Might take some getting use to with no pressure at the start, but am intrigued why this way?
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Now that is impressive. Might take some getting use to with no pressure at the start, but am intrigued why this way?
It's a general thing we recommend with all polishes, to warm the lubricant slightly and not shock the abrasives.
We find this offers the best from clearcut.

It's also a good idea for ceramic abrasives, as going too hard too fast with a ceramic abrasive can cause it to shatter from sudden heat increase and lose the cut it once had.
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It's a general thing we recommend with all polishes, to warm the lubricant slightly and not shock the abrasives.
We find this offers the best from clearcut.

It's also a good idea for ceramic abrasives, as going too hard too fast with a ceramic abrasive can cause it to shatter from sudden heat increase and lose the cut it once had.
So it's a bit like Essence in a way start slow with less speed then increase speed. Look forward to trying it out
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If you used Essence after this can you miss the wipe down? One reason why I love Essence is missing the IPA/Eraser step.


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If you used Essence after this can you miss the wipe down? One reason why I love Essence is missing the IPA/Eraser step.


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Yes you can

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Absolutely incredible Rapid Cut is the difference between using other polishes and this is phenomenal my go to polish for heavy cutting from now on via rotary
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Absolutely incredible Rapid Cut is the difference between using other polishes and this is phenomenal my go to polish for heavy cutting from now on via rotary


Nice, more people tried?


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Not sure but i don't know why i haven't bought it before now its that good of a polish and makes my job easier
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