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New 'Ultimate Blade' paint run/nib/stonechip repair tool

Discussion in 'Autocare, Detailing, Valet, Product reviews' started by Morethanpolish, Mar 16, 2018.

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    Morethanpolish Senior Member Authorised Forum Supporter

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    Amazing new product ! Ultimate Blade is an amazingly clean and quick, simple way to remove excess paint from stone chip repairs, overspray, runs and dust nips on painted car body panels.
    Also suitable for ANY painted surface such as motorhomes, caravans, furniture, wood, steelwork, ironmongery and domestic decorating.

    The 8 sided solid, pure ceramic block is glides easily squarely and safely over the affected area, removing any protruding paint immediately without marring the surrounding area. It simply means that you don’t have to wet sand and polish up a large area, saving you time and expense. A quick one-step polish around the area will have it looking pristine in a few minutes.

    Its 10 times harder than steel blades, ergonomically shaped and supplied in a protective box and pouch. It won’t cut you either.

    For both professional or enthusiasts use, an incredibly useful tool, in stock at £49.99 inc vat

    http://www.raceglaze.co.uk/ultimate-blade/paint-run-removal-ceramic-ultimate-blade/
     

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    Morethanpolish

    Morethanpolish Senior Member Authorised Forum Supporter

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    by Peter White, Norfolk, Uk, 21 March 2018

    I tested this ceramic blade on a sheet of extremely soft acrylic sheet which was deeply scored like a scratch and then filled with car paint. Left the paint to dry and then used the blade to remove the excess paint. Result was no marks whatsoever on the soft acrylic and a perfectly flush and smooth painted area. It revolutionised chip and scratch repairs and cut the time down dramatically. Buy one!
     

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