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Dry guide coat

A dry coat guide is a tool to make all imperfections and scratches visible. A great tool in guiding you through the sanding process and achieving a perfect result.

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40-575 Control Powder
77 In stock

Q-Refinish 40-575-0100

40-575 Control Powder

1 PCS(100 G)

€27,24

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Defect Guide Coat
4 In stock

Norton 72000-01

Defect Guide Coat

1 PCS(100 G)

€28,31

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 Dry Guide Coat Black 09560
5 In stock

3M 88405-94

Dry Guide Coat Black 09560

1 PCS(50 G)

€33,26

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Dry Guide Coat Applicator
6 In stock

3M 88405-99

Dry Guide Coat Applicator

1 PCS

€15,14

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Sanding Air, Black
27 In stock

Motip 04057

Sanding Air, Black

1 Spray(400 ML)

€13,82

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Guide Coat Black
5 In stock

ColorMatic 50003-44

Guide Coat Black

1 Spray(400 ML)

€14,77

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Dry Guide Coat White
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Mirka 88414-40

Dry Guide Coat White

1 PCS(100 G)

€27,19

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 Dry Guide Coat Black
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Mirka 88414-42

Dry Guide Coat Black

1 PCS(100 G)

€27,19

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What is sanding control color / dry coat guide?

A dry coat guide makes visible scratches and unevenness in the surface. Most applicators have flexible edges that make it easy to use on contoured areas. A good tool to guide you through the sanding process and achieve a perfect result before painting.

Make you see scratches and unevenness

Control color (dry guide coat) is colored powder that fills in scratches, dents and small holes, so that you can see with the naked eye where sanding is most needed. Using control color is a simple, cheap and effective way to find surface defects before sanding. Control color is a layer of powder or paint that can be used on putty, filler, primer, paint and gel coats and is recommended for use when working in the automotive or marine industries.

Is sanding dry coat necessary?

The short answer is yes. Control paint is necessary when you do body work or want to achieve a nice finish on your surface. The process of achieving an even result starts from the metal up, but unevenness must be corrected during the filling and priming stages. By using control paint you can see how far you have come and save yourself some unpleasant surprises when the vehicle is painted and finished.

Achieve a nice surface before varnishing

A control color simply helps you achieve a perfectly smooth result before varnishing and applying topcoat. Depending on the color of your project, you will need a control color that is easy to see. Fortunately, we carry the right range of control colors for maximum visibility.

See our selection of sanding control coats

Our control color powders, also known as sanding control paint, are an indispensable tool for any sanding project. By using our powders before sanding fillers on bodywork, you ensure that the putty is as smooth as possible without unevenness or unwanted bumps. If you have any questions or need help, you are welcome to contact our customer center