Farécla G6 400 gm Tube (medium/fine)

Farécla G6 Rapid Grade Paste compound in a 400 gm squeeze tube, for medium to fine abrasive marks. Our favourite compound paste – not French, but still a great product. This stuff is brilliant! Removes scratches, fills swirls – use on all plastic, acrylic and GRP products and take out abrasions everywhere. Silicon free. Truly amazing on our caravan’s plexiglass windows! And faded GRP. Keep a tube in the garage or locker. Available in a 3 kg can.

Polish the paint, acrylic or GRP and polish out out the scratches, for ever!

£13.50£11.25 ex VAT

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Farécla G6 Rapid Grade Paste compound for medium to fine abrasive marks. Our favourite compound paste – not French, but still a great product. Removes scratches, fills swirls – use on all GRP products or take our abrasions everywhere. Silicon free.  Truly amazing on our caravan’s plexiglass windows. Polish out the scratches, for ever! This is one item I keep in my garage or locker at all times.

G6 Rapid Grade Paste Compound is for use on OEM, Refinish Medium Solids and Air Dried 2k paint systems (well cured).

  • Permanent Finish Removes P1500 abrasive marks quickly and easily with no fillers
  • Silicone Free Can be used in body shops and applied nearby to where paints are used
  • High Gloss System Can be used with G10 Finishing Compound for an enhanced gloss finish

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. Use with water for optimal performance. Hand or machine application.

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