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    Default Removing Scratches from wing top

    Advice please.

    I've gained some very fine scratches all along the passenger side wing (caused by having to pull into a hedge to get passed a tractor.

    What's the best/easiest way to remove them that doesn't cost the earth.

    I use AutoGlym range for car care.

    Thanks

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    Hi Richard,

    The best product from the AG range is SRP, just apply using an applicator pad with a bit of pressure and that should do the trick you might have to do a second application but if it's just the top of one wing then 10 to 15 minutes is all it should take........then give it a lighter application and then top with EGP job done

    Bryan

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    have a look at 'scratch x' from meguires its gooood
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    Scratch X is definately the way to go.......I was just sticking to the AG that Richard said he had and SRP will help a lot and it's packed with fillers so anything that is left wil be filled

    When applying Scratch X do it in straight lines i.e. the length of the car then accross and only work on an area about 12" x 18" or no more than 18" x 18"!!

    Bryan
    Last edited by blr123; 29th March 2007 at 17:11.

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    Thanks useful advice as always

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