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    Re: Difference in cut for new Rupes Polishes

    That looks real good !!

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    Re: Difference in cut for new Rupes Polishes

    Did this Jeep 2 years ago----Was a huge hit.

    Yesterday one of the co-worker said this correction looks 10 times better than it was 2 years ago!

    And I agree! Thanks to UNO Protect!

    And just realized I did not post the Jeep correction.

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    Re: Difference in cut for new Rupes Polishes

    Quote Originally Posted by TMQ View Post
    Yesterday one of the co-worker said this correction looks 10 times better than it was 2 years ago!
    What did you use 2 years ago?

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    Re: Difference in cut for new Rupes Polishes

    JustJesus..

    Checked records---said One step. I can't believe I did not say which!

    Gut says Blackfire One Step.

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    Re: Difference in cut for new Rupes Polishes

    I tried a minor-correction polish from Shine Supply with an SiO2 base for ceramic coatings but it didn’t have enough cut so I used the new Rupes DA Fine polish with a DA yellow pad. It had enough cut to get all of the swirl marks in the paint of my used 2012 Acura TL. It wasn’t able to remove the RiDS (random isolated deep scratches) so I switched to Meguiars D300 Microfiber Correction Compound with a Thinpro orange correcting pad to get those out. I haven’t used the Uno Protect or Uno Pure but I’d say their correcting capability might be pretty limited.

    I’ll also say Rupes DA Fine polished out well with a DA yellow pad but felt it likely needed a second pass with a white pad or Uno Pure or similar. At least with the burgundy metallic paint on my 2012 Acura TL it didn’t pop with just DA Fine.

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    Re: Difference in cut for new Rupes Polishes

    Quote Originally Posted by TMQ View Post
    JustJesus..

    Checked records---said One step. I can't believe I did not say which!

    Gut says Blackfire One Step.

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    I can't believe you! haha. No worries. Happens to just about everyone.

    One Step. Love that product.

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    Re: Difference in cut for new Rupes Polishes

    Here's the Jeep Tom,


    Looks GREAT!




    And what do you think you used?


    RUPES UNO Protect and Dr. Beasley's Z1 were both just recently released/launched in this year - 2020



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    Re: Difference in cut for new Rupes Polishes

    Thanks to your dissemination of information re: new products, I was able jump on trying new stuff!

    Thanks for educating all of us!

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