paint scratch remover £1 @ Poundland
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paint scratch remover £1 @ Poundland

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Found 6th Sep 2015
Found this in poundland liverpool and checked on eBay for price......£12.
It's made by turtle wax so not bad I guess and instructions are printed in English cheers

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Is it only in black?

Turtle Wax are rubbish & this product will only remove faint scratches.

Original Poster

Yes only black pal

Original Poster

Worth a pound??

mintcondition

Turtle Wax are rubbish & this product will only remove faint scratches.



I’ve used this product with some success, but if you know of something better, please enlighten us.

This stuff is tosh. Don't waste your quid.

On light scratches, use wd40 and buff in , then polish and your scuffs and scratches magically disappear! If anything still shows then really you need to do the job properly with colour match paint and depending on your car a clear coat on top of that.

Might as well use boot polish or if you want to do it the proper way:

-2000 Wet and dry scratch.
-3000 then 6000 trizact disc affect area to reduce cutting marks
-Machine polish area with decent compounding head and good compound like Farecla G3 or 3M Fast cut
-Machine polish with soft head and 3M finesse it/Extra fine plus
-Machine polish any swirl marks with 3M ultrafina
-Hand Wax to protect.

If the scratch has breached the laquer the only option is paint or reduce it by 2000 wet and drying, then fill the scratch with laquer, let it harden and flat it again with a block and 2000 paper, then 3000, 6000 and compound.

Just to add to what Chaffordred said, you can also add a little cheese on top and it'll go crispy and taste great.

chaffordred

Might as well use boot polish or if you want to do it the proper … Might as well use boot polish or if you want to do it the proper way:-2000 Wet and dry scratch. -3000 then 6000 trizact disc affect area to reduce cutting marks-Machine polish area with decent compounding head and good compound like Farecla G3 or 3M Fast cut-Machine polish with soft head and 3M finesse it/Extra fine plus-Machine polish any swirl marks with 3M ultrafina -Hand Wax to protect.If the scratch has breached the laquer the only option is paint or reduce it by 2000 wet and drying, then fill the scratch with laquer, let it harden and flat it again with a block and 2000 paper, then 3000, 6000 and compound.


I'll tek a chance on the quid bottle o polish.

simonturner69

Just to add to what Chaffordred said, you can also add a little cheese on … Just to add to what Chaffordred said, you can also add a little cheese on top and it'll go crispy and taste great.


I have this on toast for breakfast every morning and each time I check in the mirror, there's not a scratch on me, so it must work

xigent

I’ve used this product with some success, but if you know of something b … I’ve used this product with some success, but if you know of something better, please enlighten us.



Farecla G3 for me, preferably the liquid.

But to do it properly is a few stage process as highlighted above. If you're still struggling with swirls even after graduating down the polish, you need some Bilt Hamber Auto balm.

Truly miracle stuff particularly on dark colours that suffer from visible swirls worst, major filling properties.

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Could this be used on metal cabinets and legs of my glass cabinet etc or is it only for cars does anyone know? I know only £1 and I've had some fantastic bargains from the pound shop but at the same time I've also got a cupboard full of poundsuff thats beepoundshopthatsless and once its opened obviously you can't return the product. 1 item being a scratch remover pen that's neither use nor ornament and didn't work and I did follow the instructions completely.
Thanks in advance if anyone can answer this.

A coloured filling wax is a non-abrasive product. A rubbing compound is abrasive and removes lacquer and paint.

You can also use tooth paste to remove faint scratches, which is what this will do, it won't however apply a colour stain which is something this might do.
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