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    The wifey was reversing the car yesterday up Her parents drive when some how she managed to reverse into a bush

    However she has left scratch on the boot lid and the rear quater panel, they are not ful depth scratchs just light damage 1s the thing is i am unsure of what product to get to remove them.

    What do you guys think of the autoglym paint renovator ? I read a review on auto express about it, Just wanted to know if any of you guys on here have used it ?

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    When I was going down a country road, a tree branch decided to jump out at me and I had surface scratches all down the drivers side... A good old rub with T-Cut Colour Restorer, wash off and a good polish later... the scratches had gone...

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    i would try a polish like ag/srp first ,as T cut can be to abrasive ...i got keelhauled when i mentioned i used it by the Detailing gang on here

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    meguires scratch x....dont use t-cut

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    pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulman View Post
    i would try a polish like ag/srp first ,as T cut can be to abrasive ...i got keelhauled when i mentioned i used it by the Detailing gang on here
    T-Cut .. .. ............................

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    Forgive me father for I have sinned...

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    hahaha

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    I had some scratches on my bonnet and i used auto glym polish and after about 4-5 goes at it they were gone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by n_hudson View Post
    Forgive me father for I have sinned...
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