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It's generally used after machine polishing to remove any polish residue and polish fillers which mask swirls. This is so that you can see if there is further need for corrective work to be carried out. It's also used to ensure clean panels before applying waxes/sealants etc.
 

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This is a unique formula designed to totally strip paint of oil and polish residues leaving a squeaky clean surface so sealants and waxes get a better bond to the paint after polishing.

CarPro Eraser Intense Oil & Polisher Cleanser is truly a better solution to clean paint. Traditionally IPA, or ispropyl alcohol and water mixture has been used to strip paint, but IPA can actually redeposit oils and residues. Eraser dissolves these products completely and erases them from your paint's finish.

Use CarPro Eraser Intense Oil & Polish Cleanser after compounding or polishing to inspect your work, or before applying any product that needs a perfectly clean finish to bond to.

Unlike IPA it also smells great!
Quoted the description for you, guess you skim read it, or just didn't read it. ;)

It removes any polish residue (dried/overworked polish deposits) and oils left from polishing which may affect how your sealant or wax of choice will bond to the paint, possibly altering or hindering it's performance.

Furthermore it allows you inspect totally clean paint, and thus shows you the true state of the clear coat. Which may reveal any "mistakes" in your work that are masked by polishing oils, which can then be corrected before applying a sealant.

It's comparable to a pre-wax cleaner. :thumb:
 
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