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  • T-Cut "Colour Fast Silver" Scratch Remover

    3 12.00%
  • Autoglym Paint Renovator

    12 48.00%
  • None of these...(please specify an alternative in the thread)!

    10 40.00%
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Thread: T-Cut Scratch Remover or Autoglym Paint Renovator

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    Default T-Cut Scratch Remover or Autoglym Paint Renovator

    Hello,

    I need to remove as best as possible some light to medium light scratch's on the wife's Silver Fiesta!

    I have researched 2 products and they both say they can assist in making the appearance better, although not entirely remove the scratch's.

    So, out of the two state in the title, which one would you recommend an d have you got any pictures of where they have helped?

    If none of the above, then please advise me which would be the best for about the same price....these are approx £4.50 posted off ebay!

    Thank you!!


    Bye bye Vec B
    - Hello Siggy!

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    look for G3 or G10. cant remember which is finer, but imo is better than t-cut, although the auto glym paint renovator is good! The G polishes are used in body shops and are available from paint suppliers

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    If you can feel it with your nail its too deep already really to do by hand Megs scratch x seems highly recommended by a lot
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    As above mate. However, to get the best results you'll want to use a rotary or DA polisher mate. That will give you the best chance of a correction.

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    Give lump a pm
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    yeh im not far fella

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    Cheers folks, and cheers Lump. Thing is I dont want to waste anyones's time as its not that important but I just cant stand scratch's so thought I would try my dab hand at doing it myself.

    So far the results seem mixed, but we have 2 new contender's, the "G" stuff and the scratch X.

    Anyone got any links to this type of stuff?

    Lump, I will send you some piccies tomorrow of what they are like then you can hopefully advise me futher.

    The scratch's are not deep but are a little more than surface scratch's.


    Bye bye Vec B
    - Hello Siggy!

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    http://www.fareclainc.com/navigation-page.html
    Heres a link to the G compound polish, also has some tips pages and explains there products.

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    G3 is the mutts nuts. I got rid (by hand) of some pretty intense scratching on my old Omega with that stuff. Just polish and wax afterwards to restore the shine.

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    trip to lump or megs scratch x 2.0

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