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** How to Use T-Cut and When Not to **

How to Use T-Cut and When Not to

After picking up a scratch, one of the first questions many car owners ask
is: “Can I fix it myself?” especially if it is the first cosmetic
damage they have had. When asking for advice, T-Cut is a popular option
that might be recommended to you.  To help out, we explain below what this
product is, how to use it and when it might not be the best solution.

What is T-Cut?

T-Cut is is a scratch remover solution that can be bought from many
high-street stores and even some supermarkets. It’s a British product
which has been manufactured in Lancashire since 1954; in fact, 2014 sees
the company celebrating their diamond anniversary by commissioning a
specially designed can, encrusted with Swarovski Diamond Crystals (shown in
the picture below). The original product was called Tetrosyl Cutting Oil,
and they have since expanded the range to include colour restoring products
and polish.

 t cut

The solution is mildly abrasive, like all polishes, and


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