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T-Cut Original 500ml £1.26 @ Tesco Instore
T-Cut Original 500ml £1.26 @ Tesco Instore

T-Cut Original 500ml £1.26 @ Tesco Instore

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T-Cut polish. £6.99 at halfords

Saw this in the petrol station at Ingleby barwick. it is a white label so not a price cut or special offer, not sure if its limited to the petrol stations though

I posted it a month ago at £2.49 and it has been slashed in price again

14 Comments

Does this stuff actually work

Original Poster

yeah it works, gotta be careful as can work too well and strip the lacquer off the paint. does the job though

was using this stuff yesterday..good stuff..

Removes a layer of paint so new stuff underneath gets exposed leaving a lovely new paint panel, needs hard graft though, don't think you can put this on like polish and rub off for a gleaming shine, cos you'll be dissapointed..

Elbow grease is the order of the day here working one part of the panel at a time..The amount of effort required will make you sweat buckets at the moment with the good weather we are having!!

End result though will astonish you if you put the effort in..:)

andy182;8667616

yeah it works, gotta be careful as can work too well and strip the … yeah it works, gotta be careful as can work too well and strip the lacquer off the paint. does the job though



dont use the red one on cars with basecoat and laquer.
they do a blue one for that., the red one is for solid colours

This is incredibly cheap. Don't think I've ever paid under a fiver for it. Great for restoring scuffed paintwork etc (make sure you use a protective polish/wax afterwoods though) but for years I've also used it to remove scratches off CD's and DVD's (Don't try it with Blu-Rays!) You really need to use some elbow grease to work the scratches out though. It even removes permanent marker

Hot :thumbsup:

Don't use on Metallic paint surfaces..................

Picked 3 of these up a few weeks ago and was going to post the deal as I knew it had been posted at £2.50 previously, I took a picture of the shelf edge etc which is still on my phone. However to avoid the flaming, arguments and fighting over what is the best automotive paint rejuvination procedure I couldn't be arsed to post it :-D

They still have the lead replacement additive @94p (ish) a bottle as well :thumbsup:

rufus bezak;8668079

but for years I've also used it to remove scratches off CD's and DVD's … but for years I've also used it to remove scratches off CD's and DVD's (Don't try it with Blu-Rays!) You really need to use some elbow grease to work the scratches out though.



Brasso :thumbsup:

I prefer Farecla G3 myself but this is still very good

Wow though, what a cracking price for this. voted hot

I paid £6 for a bottle of this the other week from halfrauds

stezo2k;8669186

I prefer Farecla G3 myself but this is still very goodWow though, what a … I prefer Farecla G3 myself but this is still very goodWow though, what a cracking price for this. voted hot



To use G3 properly it needs a machine polisher, otherwise it will leave lots of minor scratches.

G10 would probably be a better option. It's less abrasive and can be applied by hand.

As for T-Cut. It's basically thinners in a bottle and full of ammonia. Great for stripping your paint and giving you streaky paintwork. It may have worked ok on a 20 year old cellulose painted ford capri, but not on modern 2-pk/waterbase finishes.

3M's Finesse-it is my personal favourite for polishing minor scratches. Anything deeper and it's a comination of 3m's 2000 paper, G3 then finished of with Finesse-it and a good wax with something like harly. :thumbsup:

devils polish!

voted cold.

Still got some in southampton bursledon garage today and they had a load left. None in the other so'ton tesco tho. Great stuff if you know how to use it! hot hot hot

Only garages then?
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