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    Went for quick shop yesterday with wife, parked in the very end disabled space (we are both disabled). Cam back, and I had a clear double trolly hit on front passenger door.
    Not bad compared to what some of you have had, not had a lot of practice on clear coat/laquer finishes, if AG paint renovator or similar won't get it out can I clean it up and spray more laquer over it? Or is there more to it/better ways?
    Ps same trip bought a Meguiars lambswool wash mitt, waffle drying towel and more microfibre and peachskin cloths, now all I need it some wax, local stockist shut yesterday.

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    Bad luck pal but it's inevitable. Supermarkets are bad for your coachwork.
    Too many trolleys and daft people in a hurry.

    I never take my vec in there, we always go in the family bus. (and it's got the scars to prove it).

    Post up a pic if you can, I'm no expert but i'll take a look

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exclusive BV View Post
    Bad luck pal but it's inevitable. Supermarkets are bad for your coachwork.
    Too many trolleys and daft people in a hurry.

    I never take my vec in there, we always go in the family bus. (and it's got the scars to prove it).

    Post up a pic if you can, I'm no expert but i'll take a look
    I did take pics, small marks but deep. I'll run them through Photoshop to reduce size then post, thanks.

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    I did take pics, small marks but deep. I'll run them through Photoshop to reduce size then post, thanks.
    Could only get the door chip to come up properly, hope I did it right.

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    Anyone? had a look for a "How to" on deep scratches on metallic/clearcoat, I can manage plain paintwork ok, is it the same as renovating an alloy wheel?

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    You would probably be better getting a touch up kit. They are easy to use and come with instructions. If your going to halfords for it try going to the counter at the back and asking for the colour code

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