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donna-lou Avatar
6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
gave my car a good wash this morning and noticed quite a few small scratches which look white. i know t-cut will get rid of them but seeing as ive never done it before should i ask someone who has or is it easy enough to do without damaging the paintwork?
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Just follow the instructions on the back, as far as i know you rub it in and buff off :thumbsup:



http://www.carbasics.co.uk/what_is_t-cut.htm
#2
transit
Just follow the instructions on the back, as far as i know you rub it in and buff off :thumbsup:


so no chance of me taking offf too much paint? :oops:
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donna-lou
so no chance of me taking offf too much paint? :oops:


Have a looky at that link , it should help :thumbsup:
#4
transit
Have a looky at that link , it should help :thumbsup:


thanks. may have a bash at it sometime. have a bit rep :-D
#5
Don't use t cut will add more!
#6
avoid t-cut...as above use a colour polish
#7
boothy
avoid t-cut...as above use a colour polish


would i just get this from the car manufacturer? dont think halfords or wherever would stock this colour
#8
The T-Cut colour restorer polishes aren't abrasive like the one you're talking about Donna...you'll know which ones they are in the shop because you have to buy one the colour of your car. They really do hide scratches well...
#9
donna-lou
would i just get this from the car manufacturer? dont think halfords or wherever would stock this colour


You buy the nearest match...i.e there's a blue one, but it works with all shades of blue... Unless your car is khaki with mauve polka dots you'll be fine ;o)
#10
donna-lou
would i just get this from the car manufacturer? dont think halfords or wherever would stock this colour


get the nearest main colour....red/blue/green etc
#11
SirBargainsALot
You buy the nearest match...i.e there's a blue one, but it works with all shades of blue... Unless your car is khaki with mauve polka dots you'll be fine ;o)


ahhhh ok, just the blue of my car is only used on that model so assumed i would have to go to the manufacturer
#12
donna-lou
ahhhh ok, just the blue of my car is only used on that model so assumed i would have to go to the manufacturer


Nah - you'll be fine. Just remember when you go buy it to get yourself a good few soft rags - it's bloody hard work working it into the paintwork - which you need to do bit by bit to make sure it stays even...
#13
SirBargainsALot
Nah - you'll be fine. Just remember when you go buy it to get yourself a good few soft rags - it's bloody hard work working it into the paintwork - which you need to do bit by bit to make sure it stays even...


ive got a load of microfibre cloths that havent been used yet so could just use them for it
#14
Try mer polish or autglym, mer is probley the best, they don't take any paint off..
#15
should have got ur bro to do it before you bought it........takes ages and ur arms will be like popeye by the time you finished:)

no dings yet then lol
#16
dont bother with t cut use auto glym super resin polish or auto clym scratch remover it is used by aston martin and works very well
#17
hey - i did a similar post and there are some recs for polishes to use and websites - I have the same thing , but my car is a light blue /silver metalic - so if I get blue ii wouldn't work would it ?

What autoglym product would be usefull for scratches ?

just found this on autoexpress website
1. Autoglym Paint Renovator
2. Meguiar’s Scratch X
3. CarPlan T-Cut Scratch Remover


Read more: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/products/products/202269/scratch_removers.html#ixzz0ieDMFN13
#18
casparwhite
should have got ur bro to do it before you bought it........takes ages and ur arms will be like popeye by the time you finished:)

no dings yet then lol


hey! no dings haha, just the wheel ive curbed which i already mentioned :oops:

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