- Repairs scratches, blemishes, swirl marks, imperfections, ingrained marks
- Allows colour differences between panels to be rectified
- Rejuvenates paint back to its original shade
All products are despatched within 24hrs of your order, with deliveries going out between 1530 and 1630 GMT Monday to Friday. For all UK orders under 25KG we use Royal Mail First Class for 24-48hr delivery times. For UK orders over 25KG and Worldwide orders over 3.5KG we use Fed-Ex who offer a reliable service with full online tracking. For Worldwide orders under 3.5KG we use Royal Mail Airmail to keep costs reasonable. Please note for International orders between 2KG and 3.5KG products will be split into two packages. For urgent deliveries and those requiring special conditions please message us at email@example.com BEFORE placing your order.
Deep Cut - 250ml
Deep Cut will remove all oxidised paint and light scratches; it is best used with a buffing machine but can be applied by hand. The abrasive molecules are spherical with a quarter cut away creating a mild cut compared to Deep Cut Extreme. As with all our abrasive products, Deep Cut is a homologated, lubricated compound making it easy to use and creating a consistent finish. For badly damaged paint we recommend starting with Deep Cut Extreme, for good paint that would benefit from a little rejuvenation we recommend starting with Deep Clean. Deep Cut sits in the middle of that spectrum, ideal for tired looking paint that has oxidation and or light scratches.
Using Deep Cut is very straight forward and safe. The first step is to clean the vehicle to remove any surface dirt, and then dry it fully. Apply the product, having shaken it vigorously for a minute, with a micro fibre directly to the paint, picking a panel or part of a panel at a time. Ensure the product covers the entire area evenly and then go over the area with a buffing machine. Deep Cut can be used with a variety of pads or mops, but always start with a light pressure, keeping the buffer moving all the time, particularly if using a rotary machine as opposed to an orbital machine. Once the selected area has had equal treatment, remove the product with a micro fibre and inspect to the finish. If there are still paint-deep scratches re-apply the product and use a little extra pressure, regularly removing the product and checking progress. It is always better to do two passes than risk going through the paint on a single over-enthusiastic pass. If you find yourself really struggling to remove a mark, consider using Deep Cut Extreme which will make light work of anything, then returning to Deep Cut to smooth the surface afterwards.
By the time you have finished the car will be looking much better but don’t be concerned if the gloss seems shallow – this is to be expected and will be remedied with the next step using Deep Clean and CS12. If you have any questions do feel free to give us a call or drop an email and our team will be happy to assist.