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:: Wizards Turbo Cut Time Release Compound
Wizards Turbo Cut Time Release Compound
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Wizardsģ Turbo Cutô Time Release Compound
32 fl. Oz.
THIS IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. USE WITH CAUTION AND READ ALL DIRECTIONS CLEARLY BEFORE USING CUT COMPOUNDS.
- Fast Cut on Dead Paint, Gelcoat and Fiberglass
- Removes 1000 Grit or Finer Sand Scratches
- High Gloss Finishing on Fresh or Aged, Single Stage Paint and Clear Coat
- No Wax, Silicone or Crystalline Silica
- Non-Greasy, Water-Based for easy Clean Up without Staining
- Follow Up with Finish Cut #11040, using Pad #11204, then protect with Shine Master #11033
Frequently Asked Questions
You mentioned TURBO CUT, when do you recommend using that?
The TURBO CUT is more aggressive than the FINISH CUT, and will offer a faster cut; however, on the majority of finishes (especially fresh paint) you donít want to go through that extra step if you donít have to. The TURBO CUT does do an excellent job on fully cured, badly faded, or deeply scratched finishes. It also is the best choice for Marine fiberglass and gel coat.
Once again; old school teaching says; cut the paint with 1000 grit sandpaper and use a very aggressive compound to get the scratches out. Then follow up with 2 or 3 additional products to get rid of all the swirls. As I mentioned earlier, itís a lot easier to sand a little more with a finer paper than it is to go through the buffing process with unnecessary products and steps.
The bottom line is paints and applications change. All types of paint do not respond the same and what works for one may not work for another. But what you want to do is try our system with both the FINISH CUT and the TURBO CUT and follow the steps that work best for the paint you use.
So even though the TURBO CUT is more aggressive, would you still use the same application technique or would you make some changes?
The TURBO CUT uses the same water-soluble technology; the ratios are quite different and the abrasive mix is obviously different but the same application technique applies.
The only difference would be the end result. If it cuts a little more, it finishes off with a little less gloss than the FINISH CUT. It still offers more gloss than the competition but most people will want to continue with the FINISH CUT for the ultimate finish. It really depends on the shop or technicians quality standards.
When you buff with the WIZARDS products using this technique, doesnít it take a lot longer? After all you are moving a lot slower and it seems like you have to spend more time on one area.
No it doesnít, slowing down on back and forth movement doesnít take any longer. It produces superior results, and can actually save a lot of time because you can eliminate extra steps by not having to buff the same area over and over with a different product.
In addition, using the WIZARDS system properly can eliminate customer come backs because of re-surfacing swirl marks after the customer washes their vehicle.
When youíre buffing, it seems hard to tell when youíve done enough in one area, how do you know when to move on?
Well, thatís a question a lot of guys never figure out. Thatís why they keep going over and over the same area and still miss spots.
The best tool available for buffing is not something you can buy. It is your eyes. The operator has to look at the work from different angels, with the light reflecting from another direction.
Thatís another reason itís so important to use the right cloth. After buffing a section, the residue has to be removed so you can see what is completed and what needs more attention. If youíre using a cloth that doesnít absorb much, you have a surface with a lot of smudges.
So, the next step after buffing with either the TURBO CUT or the FINISH CUT is to wipe down the area with the MULTI-FIBER cloth
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