Turtle Wax Essential Scratch Remover at Halfords - £1.50 - HotUKDeals
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Turtle Wax Essential Scratch Remover at Halfords - £1.50

£1.50 @ Halfords
Reduced from £6 to £1.50. I don't know how good it is but the reviews seem mostly positive.
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Reduced from £6 to £1.50. I don't know how good it is but the reviews seem mostly positive.
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#1
I bought some of this in the past, absolute rubbish to be honest. Its just a wax, nothing more. I wouldn't bother...
#2
i bought the white one and black one. both really good. i have white alloy wheels and they clean them up great. for £1.50 it is a bargain.
1 Like #3
Put my Post code in it tells me its in stock in my local store, add to my basket, go to checkout and it changes to no stock, typical Halfords website.
#4
Just worked fine for me at Halfords in Ayr, £1.50 & click & collect. Got two long scratches from some idiot takin there keys to my focus so may aswell try this for all it's costing
1 Like #5
Jamiep335
Just worked fine for me at Halfords in Ayr, £1.50 & click & collect. Got two long scratches from some idiot takin there keys to my focus so may aswell try this for all it's costing


​If your car has unfortunately been keyed, then this won't help. You will need the scratch 'removed/filled' and repaired properly.
#6
This stuff is great for removing swirl marks and minor scratches caused by finger nails around the door handles.

Anything deeper and this won't touch it, but otherwise it is very good, providing you suitably protect the car afterwards.

Edited By: chadders06 on Jan 27, 2017 15:39
#7
use colgate for removing scratches.. works a treat..
#8
Whypaymore29
use colgate for removing scratches.. works a treat..
brilliant white or plaque remover
#9
Jamiep335
Just worked fine for me at Halfords in Ayr, £1.50 & click & collect. Got two long scratches from some idiot takin there keys to my focus so may aswell try this for all it's costing
If you wet the scratch and it disappears this will help, if the scratch doesn't disappear then this is not going to work.

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