Tips on removing these marks?

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Claydus, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. Claydus

    Claydus Active Member

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    Just bought this truck and it had a few noticeable scratches. I used the products below. I know I am a total cheapass and bought this shit. I should have done more research.

    First I washed the areas and then applied this product. I used about two quarter size amounts on the areas.
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    and then applied this over the areas
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    Here is one of the areas. Dead center is the area along with the scratch going vertical.
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    So how fucked is the paint? I looked around in some other threads and does this look like tracers? Is there anyone the North Metro area ATL that could fix this besides a actual body shop?
     
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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    You really need to invest in a buffer like a Meguiars G110 v2 or a PC 7424XP. You might be able to work that out with Meguiars Ultimate Compound by hand, not too expensive. See the swirl removal by hand sticky.
     
  3. Claydus

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    Sweet I will read that thread thoroughly then
     
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