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G6 RAPID ADVANCED LIQUID COMPOUND


  • Dry Use; No need to use water
  • No Fillers
  • Bodyshop Safe (No Silicones)
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About: G6 Liquid

G6 Rapid Advanced Liquid Compound has been specifically developed for use on modern refinish paintwork. It removes P1500 scratch marks and will reach a high level of gloss required in no time. For dry use only. Contains no fillers, giving permanent scratch removal with no comebacks

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  • 1 L
    Bottle
    AG6-1600
    78072763943
    884127452405
    6 Bottle(s)
    884127454102

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FAQs & How to Use

How to Use: G6 Rapid Liquid How to Use: G6 Rapid Liquid

1. Attach a compounding foam to a polisher and knead

2. Shake bottle well and apply a small amount to surface or foam

3. Spread on surface and compound at 1500–1800rpm until marks have been removed

4. Wipe clean with a G Plus Finishing Cloth

What is the difference between G3, G6 and G10? What is the difference between G3, G6 and G10?

G3 both paste and liquid, and G6 are first-stage cutting compounds, this means they have an aggressive cut to remove surface defects and abrasive sanding marks. The difference between these products is that G3 Paste is designed for use on Medium Solids paint systems; G3 Liquid on High Solids; and G6 Paste on very aged paints.

G10 is a second-stage finishing compound; it has much finer abrasive compound designed to remove very light scratches, swirl marks and fading, and provide a high gloss finish.

These products will all work on scratches as long as they haven’t penetrated through to the primer layer.

What's the difference between a Paste and Liquid compound? What's the difference between a Paste and Liquid compound?

Liquid compounds are more advanced, deliver faster cutting, create less mess and require less product per job.  

Paste compounds tend to be designed for older paint technology, (e.g. medium solids ‘MS’ systems), whereas liquid products are a more recent innovation typically intended for use on the latest compliant paint technologies.

What is the difference between all the liquid compounds offered by Farécla? What is the difference between all the liquid compounds offered by Farécla?

Ultimately all our liquid compounds will remove surface scratches and sanding marks. They all have different abrasive properties to suit the many different surfaces and substrates that our customers are working on around the world, and their varying requirements in speed of cut, ease of use, and the quality of gloss finish.

On paint and lacquer our G360 Super Fast Compound offers the best performance in time savings, low consumption of product, ease of use, and finish. For other surfaces and more specialist applications our Profile range offers a wide range of compounds suitable for gelcoat, resin, composite and lacquered wood surfaces