CS-322 Universal Car Scratch Repair Pen 68p Delivered @ Gearbest
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CS-322 Universal Car Scratch Repair Pen 68p Delivered @ Gearbest

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Found 26th Jul 2017
Not bad for under a quid. Perfect to grab as a 'just-in-case'. Item is labelled as Yellow, but is universal and works for all colours of car.

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Main Features:
Easy, simple and convenient to use
Portable, non-toxic and environmental
Safely removing scratches from your car's surface
Featuring permanent, odorless and water resistant
A necessary item for car lovers and drivers
Excellent design for clearing coat scratch repair
Can be used on any car, in any color

How to Use:
Shake the pen applicator thoroughly with cap on.
Apply the pen in shaded area.
Prime the applicator on a separate surface.
With tip pointed down, press and release the spring tip on a surface until the tip is saturated.
It may take 40 to 50 presses to saturate the tip.
Apply along or into damaged clear coat.
Works quickly, cures in direct sunlight.
Quickly wipe off excess with dry paper towel, as the pen can cure rapidly.
Allow to cure in sunlight until dry (1 - 48 hours). Deeper scratches may require additional application.

Note:
Protect the tip from sunlight.
Keep away from children and babies.
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These were a pound in the pound shop . Don't know if they currently stock them , but would save a long wait from Gearbest to deliver.
No need to rush. Only 78p full price.
Are these actually any good?
Thank you , Christmas gift for my hubby
What's this taste like?
Trying to figure out how this works. Could it be a solvent that dissolves the paint slightly, allowing it to fill the scratch?
Awful things these...
Anyone tried this? Does it work?
Phil_G12 m ago

Trying to figure out how this works. Could it be a solvent that dissolves …Trying to figure out how this works. Could it be a solvent that dissolves the paint slightly, allowing it to fill the scratch?


Some info I just found:

Car scratch repair pens are applicators that are filled with clear coat resin, the same that forms the outer layer of car paint.

These pens will not work for scratches that have penetrated the clear coat and gone down to the primer.
bluecityste13 m ago

Anyone tried this? Does it work?



bluecityste13 m ago

Anyone tried this? Does it work?


No nothing will repair a scratch you can feel with a finger nail,other than paint job.
bluecityste

Anyone tried this? Does it work?

bluecityste

Anyone tried this? Does it work?


Not true. If the damage is not down to base paint but only to clear coat it can be fixed with wet sanding. Info above suggest that this pen contains clear coat so again should fill scratch no problem
Edited by: "kvn618" 26th Jul 2017
Heat added!
Thinking these are for annoying light markings from branches on country lanes?
bluecityste

Thinking these are for annoying light markings from branches on country … Thinking these are for annoying light markings from branches on country lanes?



Yes. Anything deeper would probably need one of the little colour-specific paint pots with the little brush that looks like a nail varnish brush. Not that I use nail varnish mind...oh dear! HTH
Any one tried on gloss laminate?
Thanks........your amongst friends on here lol
Don't trust gearbest. They non delivered and basically gave a flippant answer and no refund.
Wondering how you can leave it to cure in sunlight for 48 hours....
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R19927 h, 53 m ago

Are these actually any good?


you are better off buying the official touch up paint for your vehicle. I got one for my vw from ebay for £5 and it came from an official vw garage too. it was a 2 part one , paint and lacquer.
kvn6186 h, 22 m ago

Not true. If the damage is not down to base paint but only to clear coat …Not true. If the damage is not down to base paint but only to clear coat it can be fixed with wet sanding. Info above suggest that this pen contains clear coat so again should fill scratch no problem



Depends if you want to botch the job ,touch up paints are ok for chips .scratch removers will lift paint if someone has scuffed your car and your lucky it's not scratched the surface .wet and dry is just prepping the bodywork .Polish is just a filler at end of the day which is not permanent and soon shows the scratch again .Any body shop worth it's salt will advise if you can feel the scratch with your nail AND you want it perfect then it needs a proper repair .I've never seen a decent body shop applying clear coat lacquer with a pen or brush . ultimately depends on what you want your bodywork like .
these can fix scratched CDs and DVDs probably blu days too although it won't fix anything with Johnny Depp in it
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