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    I have this week resprayed my front splitter after clonking it and taking a chunck out the front leaving a car park, Its been sprayed and had 4 coats of laquer but what is the best way to get it shiney shiney and as smooth as possible... All help appreciated peoples....

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    i think people wet sand it with 2000 grit then use a cutting compound to buff it up g3 or tcut id say. thats what id be trying anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveypower View Post
    i think people wet sand it with 2000 grit then use a cutting compound to buff it up g3 or tcut id say. thats what id be trying anyway.
    Appreciate that matey but feel your going to get a lot of stick for even mentioning the Tcut word

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    Yeah you will lol. I have just done my VXR insert, Im gonna compound it first, if that does not work ill wet sand with 2000 then compound it.

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    going to do it tommorow so can fit it Sunday, ADMIN, can we add Tcut to the swear filter please

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizard View Post
    Appreciate that matey but feel your going to get a lot of stick for even mentioning the Tcut word

    he doesnt work for Halfrauds does he lol!!!
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    haha touchy subject, well i like my tcut it does the job for me, removed some tar the other day took 3 hours to do the rear of the car lol

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    Hahaha, yep Tcut cut could get you banned on here lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveypower View Post
    haha touchy subject, well i like my tcut it does the job for me, removed some tar the other day took 3 hours to do the rear of the car lol
    3 hrs, wow I could do nearly a whole car start to finish in that time, you need to have a look at products on the market now, time's change and so do the ability and quality of the product available.

    I would never T cut a car ever. No disrespect, but there are at least a 100 better products out now..

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    Right, I have wet sanded with 2000 grit it's as smooth as my wifes **** lol. now, best thing to use as a cutting compound, scratch x2 or ultimate compound......

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