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    Default Marks/Scuffs = T-Cut ?

    Washed Vec Other Day And Seen Loadsa Wee Marks/Scuffs All Over Car..Like Brush Marks..Would T-Cut Be Ok As Long As I Went Easy With It ?

    Only Saying T-Cut As I Already Got A Bottle There

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    You can give T cut a go, depends how deep they are TBH mate. Machine polishing would work better. If they are in the lacquer you should be ok.

    Maybe better posting this is detailing though to get an expert opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginge7289 View Post
    You can give T cut a go, depends how deep they are TBH mate. Machine polishing would work better. If they are in the lacquer you should be ok.

    Maybe better posting this is detailing though to get an expert opinion.
    They Dont Look Deep At All Mate..Looks Like Marks On The Lacquer..

    Like Its Been Washed Wiv Sum Kinda Daft Brush...Funny To Describe..Looks Like Crayon Marks Kinda Thing lol

    I Aint 1 For Detailing Cars..Just Want It Looking Half Decent

    Even If I Had To Try Just A Polish Or Summit

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    What colour is your car? You could use several products after your wash phase, such as swirl x or scratch x, poorboys blackhole is also a glaze for darker vehicles, they do one for light vehicles too, but can't remember what its called, these are all fillers and will hide the marks. If they are in the lacquer T cut will rub it down, But if they are deeper than that you may want to get a detailer to sort them with a good machine polish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginge7289 View Post
    What colour is your car? You could use several products after your wash phase, such as swirl x or scratch x, poorboys blackhole is also a glaze for darker vehicles, they do one for light vehicles too, but can't remember what its called, these are all fillers and will hide the marks. If they are in the lacquer T cut will rub it down, But if they are deeper than that you may want to get a detailer to sort them with a good machine polish.

    Its Silver Mate..Recommend A Good Polish For Silver Motors ?

    EDIT........I Got Silver Colour Magic As Well..Forgot Bout That Any Good ?

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