ADBL Hard Cut
ADBL HARD CUT is an extremely versatile heavy-cutting compound. Thanks to its innovative composition you can remove very deep scratches from the paint surface.
17.99€ – 54.99€
ADBL Hard Cut Compound
ADBL HARD CUT is an extremely versatile heavy-cutting compound. Thanks to its innovative composition you can remove very deep scratches from the paint surface. It is a modern, high-quality compound that will cope with sanding marks equal to P1000-P1500. You can adjust the effect of removing scratches and the degree of gloss by selecting the appropriate combination. Therefore, make sure you always do the test panel. Then you can choose the right pad and machines for the type of paintwork you work on. The abrasive particles of the compound are ten times smaller than in the case of conventional cutting compounds. Therefore, the hard cut compound provides a very high level of cut and an excellent degree of gloss.
Thanks to the newest technology, this product enables high polishing efficiency and a low level of dusting. Moreover, it significantly reduces the working time on the surface. Appropriate lubricants guarantee optimal polishing time. You can use it for all types of paints. In addition to a very good cutting force, the ADBL HARD CUT compound also leaves an aesthetic and smooth finish. The water-based formula does not contain silicones, fillers and waxes. Therefore, removing the compound after use is very easy. The exceptionally pleasant fragrance will make even the longest working hours pleasant. ADBL HARD CUT is a very optimal compound. Therefore, you can use it on both a rotary machine and Dual-Action. The product works well in combination with wool, foam or microfiber pads. This product works very well on all types of paints, but on hard paints, it may give also very nice results in just one step.
How to use ADBL Cutting Compound?
– Shake the bottle well before use
– Use on a well-cleaned surface
– Avoid working in direct sunlight
– The product works with DA and rotary machines
– Apply a few tiny drops of the hard cut compound to the polishing pad
– If you use way too much compound, it may lead to dusting
– Work on moderate speed
– Use a panel wipe after polishing to check the result