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.

G3 Pro Detailing | 12.03.2019

Detailing Glossary – A Guide to Terms Used in Vehicle Detailing

Abrasive: Natural or synthetic materials in a polishing compound to remove scratches and imperfections on paint or clearcoat by abrading the layer. APC: All Purpose Cleaner, such as G3 Pro…

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#FareclaBPC (Bonnet Painting Competition) | 07.03.2019

Entry to Farécla 2019 Apprentice & Student Bonnet Painting Competition

ENTRY FORM NOW AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD     The search returns to find the UK’s most talented student and apprentice painters with some fantastic prizes to be won in Farécla’s…

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