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Old 06-11-2013, 01:14 PM   #12
Good_Times
 
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M101 is extremely high cut. Remember to always start with the least abrasive product on a test spot. Never use stronger then you need to do corrections. There is only so much clearcoat and once its gone, its gone. You can adjust cut with a mixture of compounds. Kind of a custom blend . Many use M101 and D300 or M105. Some compounds are known for their cut while others their working time or finishing ability. Just a thought.
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