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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    I picked up a bottle to give it a try. I have not given it a try across various paints but these are my observations of it.

    Pros:
    Long working time
    No dusting
    Good correction on medium hardness paint
    Decent gloss for a one step compounding polish
    Versatile based on using it with a microfiber pad and polishing pad

    Cons:
    Oily which requires multiple wipes to remove the residue. A paint prep is definitely a must to remove all the oils
    Chemical scent

    Overall it is a good polish.

    Did a good job on this interior piece with a Buff & Shine Euro fiber and the Rupes iBrid nano


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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    For those finding One oily and difficult to remove, how are you setting up, and reloading the pad with product?

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by dlc95 View Post
    For those finding One oily and difficult to remove, how are you setting up, and reloading the pad with product?
    I gave One a go yesterday, used yellow 7" Rupes yellow pad on both Flex 3401 & BOSS21. Was a new vehicle with the usual light swirling but the One was nice to work with, generally 4 passes and good to go.

    Not big on pad priming so 3 drops (larger drops than one would use w something like Scholls) to reload. Sure can stretch the sections with One as it stays very workable for a long time.

    Definately oily on removal, was using a Gyeon Polish Wipe for initial removal, followed by a 450gsm or so to mop up...just was easier that way. Somehow not as irritating as 'Menzerna oily' though.

    I look forward to trying it on something that is really beat up to see that end of it.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by dlc95 View Post
    For those finding One oily and difficult to remove, how are you setting up, and reloading the pad with product?
    3 or 4 pea size drops. Have used rupes mille pads and hybrid force. No difference.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by VISITOR View Post
    totally different advanced technology from back then till now, this kinda reminds me of when HD had UNO (then Adapt came along). i still have some of these pads...

    You are showing your age now Buddy!!! I was thinking HD Uno from the beginning of the first page.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by dlc95 View Post
    For those finding One oily and difficult to remove, how are you setting up, and reloading the pad with product?
    Priming the pad with 4 drops and reloading with 3 after that. It is not difficult to wipe off it is just a bit oily that it takes more swipes to wipe it all off. The product itself is not sticking to the paint. Similar to Menz 3800 but with a little less oils. A prep wipe was the only way for them to be fully removed in my experience playing around with it. The scangrip is what I had to use to make sure everything was wiped off.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    I ran one today first with a mf pad and finished it down with a light polishing pad, probably a total of 6-8 passes, the finish was near a full two step correction and the wipe off maybe a little oil but for results that quick, I’ll take it


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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    To be clear, it does not stick to the paint, it just requires too much buffing(oils smear). A prep wipe is definitely needed to see what you're working with. I was using 3 "large" pea sized drops. Today, I decreased to "small" pea sized drops which seemed to help. I do like how lubricated it is.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Quote Originally Posted by WRAPT C5Z06 View Post
    To be clear, it does not stick to the paint, it just requires too much buffing(oils smear). A prep wipe is definitely needed to see what you're working with. I was using 3 "large" pea sized drops. Today, I decreased to "small" pea sized drops which seemed to help. I do like how lubricated it is.
    An obvious one, have you tried a different MF?

    Anything over 350gsm is pointless with oily non-diminishing compounds.

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    Re: Review: 3D ONE Hybrid Cutting Compound and Finishing Polish

    Thanks!

    So far I find One easier to remove than any of the Menzerna or Rupes polishes, but not M205 or Ultimate Polish. I think the Poorboy's was the easiest for me to remove.

    I start with 4 drops, and reload with 2. On the smaller side. I wipe off with the popular blue non edged "rags", and so far so good.

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