Meguiar's Ultra-Cut Compound (105) delivers a high level of cut in a very short space of time and is ideal for situations where a high degree of correction is required on harder paint types. Users should note that it is designed to work extremely quickly and therefore behaves differently to many rival compounds; any attempt to rewet it during use (to extend its working time) or overwork it will result in a huge amount of dusting and will also make its residue harder to buff off. As long as these mistakes are avoided, Meguiar's Ultra-Cut Compound (105) delivers excellent results, and best of all is the time-saving it offers; because fewer passes are needed per set, cutting back an entire car takes noticeably less time.
|Contains Abrasive Particles||Yes (non-diminishing)|
|Contains Fillers And Glazing Oils||No|
|Suitable For Hand Use||No|
|Suitable For Hard Paints||Yes|
|Suitable For Intermediate Paints||Yes|
|Suitable For Machine Use||Yes|
|Suitable For Soft Paints||No|
How To Use
Meguiar's Ultra-Cut Compound (105) should only be applied by machine. For best results using a dual action polisher, it should be applied to freshly decontaminated paint using a SCHOLL Concepts Premium Polishing Pad. Only 3-4 pea-sized drops of product are required per 18 x 18 area, and these should be worked in slowly with heavy downward pressure at around 4000-5000 orbits per minute (speed 4-5 on most dual action machine polishers) until only a thin film remains (this will be achieved in just 3-4 passes). This film should then be buffed off carefully using a PB Super Buffing Towel and the finish should then be further refined using Meguiar's Ultra Finishing Polish (205).