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    Most aggressive

    what is the most AGGRESSIVE compound you have ever used?

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    Re: Most aggressive

    3m Heavy Duty Compound.
    Serious stuff there, I use to use it all the time many years back with a rotary and a wool pad.
    Great for heavy corrections but must be careful when using it with a rotary or you'll burn the paint down to the metal.

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    3M heavy duty compound on a PC

    Most aggressive-imageuploadedbyagonline1382897731-821733-jpg

    Yeah the 3M stuff is the most aggressive I have.

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    Re: Most aggressive

    Rick....now in North Texas

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    Re: Most aggressive

    Quote Originally Posted by HateSwirls View Post
    3m Heavy Duty Compound.
    Serious stuff there, I use to use it all the time many years back with a rotary and a wool pad.
    Great for heavy corrections but must be careful when using it with a rotary or you'll burn the paint down to the metal.
    Oh yeah I remember using that too..... Back in the day...

    That stuff would burn right through the metal it was so aggressive...

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    Re: Most aggressive

    Karn's Big Bite Compound is a Rocks-n-Bottle compound. Works great on oxidized gel coats using a rotary

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    isn't karn a local company in Memphis?

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    Re: Most aggressive

    Quote Originally Posted by zach.rowe1 View Post
    isn't karn a local company in Memphis?

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    Yep. Over off Brooks Road. Go talk with Shawn sometime

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    What a GREAT part of town haha

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