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The Last Cut Compounding Glaze

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The Last Cut is designed by a detailer for detailers and body shop users. Versatility is key and this product gives its user full control over aggression/finishing ability based on pad choice. Its main purpose is to remove scratches and swirls while leaving a glossy finish on light or dark colored painted/clear-coated surfaces. On harder paints, its one step capabilities can be explored. Best results are achieved using a Dual Action or Rotary Polisher. This Silicone free formula contains no fillers and is body shop safe.

 

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TF
06/22/2022
Terry F.
United States United States

Always amazed how quickly I receive my orders

Really appreciate the service from TRC

RR
04/14/2022
randy r.
United States United States

Simply the best

Simply put, for me the last cut outperforms all the other polishes and compounds I’ve tried, even the Sonax products. I think other then the great results my favorite part of using tlc is how it interacts with the pads while buffing. It is so smooth and has excellent work time. It holds its viscosity far longer then any other one I’ve tried.

DP
02/12/2021
Doug P.
United States United States

THE LAST CUT COMPOUNDING GLAZE

Easy to apply and remove. Excellent product!

09/22/2020
Anonymous
United States United States

Helps to remove hard water spots!

Did a good job at removing hard water spots. Used by hand and a sponge the first time but its more effective with a machine.

J
09/20/2020
Jorge
United States United States

Hard water spots? Look no further!

Bought a truck that had hard water spots on the INSIDE of the windshield. Top: Inside windshield completely de-greased and cleaned with streak-free glass cleaner. Still had hard water spots. Tried distilled white vinegar (6%) mixed with equal parts water. Still marks. Bottom: Found this product through their YouTube channel and after some elbow grease, marks are gone!

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