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Hey everyone, just wanted you opinions on using farecla products? are they any good?

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Originally Posted by R833MSO View Post
Hey everyone, just wanted you opinions on using farecla products? are they any good?

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I got some G3 after taking my GTV to Jamie Porters Alfa Workshop for a cambelt change. My red paintwork was starting to look very tired and he recommended Farecla.........the result was excellent.......
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Farecla products are excellent it's the bodyshop materials of choice

We use it all the time

But depending what stuff eg. I wouldn't use g3 constantly on a car or you'll have no lacquer left
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I think Farecla now do retail products & confusingly brand them all g3.

The original G3 as Chris said is a trade cutting compound product. I have used it for flatting some of my rattle can resprays. Great for getting light scratches out.
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Don't know, never heard of them TBH
Didn't read my 'Wash & Wax' thread thoroughly enough then Frank, .
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