I am not talking about the excess water around the frame. I know cut ups bleed but if you push it out with air, it’ll force the bleeding faster which means you can detail it faster and probably less. Instead of wiping and being like oh great, more bleeding. I have had cut ups.bleed and I’ll wipe it and then it’ll bleed more and I have gone back to check and even more can come out. If you push it all out the first time with air that would stop the bleeding from continuing.
I see what @HoosierSqueegee is saying.
Like it bleeds from the middle of the cut up down to the next cut up? At least that’s the bleeding I am referring to or do you mean just from the very top of the frame? I’m curious and now.looking at different threads about it lol