Turtlewax HD Scratch Repair and Renew - £4.76 @ CarParts4Less
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Turtlewax HD Scratch Repair and Renew - £4.76 @ CarParts4Less

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Posted 6th Nov
Must have for every car owner and it works

Turtlewax HD Scratch Repair and renew
The only scratch product with heal & seal technology. Formulated with precision platelets to safely remove scratches, swirls, paint transfer, water spots and more.



  • Self-aligning platelets remove localized scratches &protective resin deposits a barrier for permanent paint restoration
  • Repairs light to heavy scratches, swirls, water spots and other paint contamination with self-aligning platelet technology
  • Seals in the restored paint to provide long lasting protection
  • Results wont wash away, unlike other brands
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deanos06/11/2019 19:04

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdJrsHk7CLI



Must admit I lost interest when he put the delivery box on his own bonnet.

This video is a wind up, isn’t it?
Edited by: "TBC15" 6th Nov
ketsunoanna07/11/2019 21:08

Cars get scratches, get over it


Some company vehicles have to be returned at the end of the lease agreement with fees being added for any scratches, get over it
‘Self-aligning platelets remove localized scratches’

Who writes this crap!?
has anyone succesfully used it though?
most "scratch remover" products are scam.
I payed £10 last week for Meguiar's Scratch X2,and it failed to even remove lightest scratches.so many fake reviews on YouTube and amazon.
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deanos06/11/2019 19:04

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdJrsHk7CLI


Can't believe this mans called the Detailing Detective and doesn't have a proper torch to check for swirls it's a must have when your detailing to show off the difference, I use mine all the time.
Edited by: "Toon_army" 6th Nov
free delivery too
Is this any good
deanos06/11/2019 19:04

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdJrsHk7CLI



Must admit I lost interest when he put the delivery box on his own bonnet.

This video is a wind up, isn’t it?
Edited by: "TBC15" 6th Nov
Lots of fillers short term fix but if you’re happy with that no problem.
Thanks OP. Ordered, will give it try
Thanks. Ordered.
Toon_army06/11/2019 19:15

Can't believe this mans called the Detailing Detective and doesn't have a …Can't believe this mans called the Detailing Detective and doesn't have a proper torch to check for swirls it's a must have when your detailing to show off the difference, I use mine all the time.


Which torch is best to see the swirl marks?
ruheluddin8607/11/2019 14:37

Which torch is best to see the swirl marks?


Mines a Cree, bought it from Amazon. I've got a couple of them, you'll never beat sunlight but a torch us your next best friend when it comes to swirls
Thanks for posting we have added this to the Highlights section
Cold, 4K Turtlewax is x4 better
Edited by: "gg1pl" 7th Nov
has anyone succesfully used it though?
most "scratch remover" products are scam.
I payed £10 last week for Meguiar's Scratch X2,and it failed to even remove lightest scratches.so many fake reviews on YouTube and amazon.
ruheluddin8607/11/2019 14:37

Which torch is best to see the swirl marks?


Even a street light will show most.
Cars get scratches, get over it
deanos06/11/2019 19:04

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdJrsHk7CLI


Appreciate the post. I’m using my mobile to watch this video is that why I can’t make out the differences between sections?
Edited by: "androidavis" 7th Nov
ketsunoanna07/11/2019 21:08

Cars get scratches, get over it


Some company vehicles have to be returned at the end of the lease agreement with fees being added for any scratches, get over it
koskesh07/11/2019 20:52

has anyone succesfully used it though?most "scratch remover" products are …has anyone succesfully used it though?most "scratch remover" products are scam.I payed £10 last week for Meguiar's Scratch X2,and it failed to even remove lightest scratches.so many fake reviews on YouTube and amazon.


This guy seems genuine
‘Self-aligning platelets remove localized scratches’

Who writes this crap!?
Total waste of money. Who buys this rubbish?
Toon_army07/11/2019 14:46

Mines a Cree, bought it from Amazon. I've got a couple of them, you'll …Mines a Cree, bought it from Amazon. I've got a couple of them, you'll never beat sunlight but a torch us your next best friend when it comes to swirls


I think he was joking
Ordered one for trial! Thanks
Speedbirdjw07/11/2019 23:30

Total waste of money. Who buys this rubbish?


Why's that then? Some barstool in the Supermarket car park scratched right along the side of my car. I found something similar to this in my boot which I must have bought previously and it worked great. I was quite surprised how easy it was to remove scratches and since using it have removed all the others that have been there. Although not the same product as this I'm sure this will work just as well.
Edited by: "hearts" 8th Nov
hearts08/11/2019 08:02

Why's that then? Some barstool in the Supermarket car park scratched …Why's that then? Some barstool in the Supermarket car park scratched right along the side of my car. I found something similar to this in my boot which I must have bought previously and it worked great. I was quite surprised how easy it was to remove scratches and since using it have removed all the others that have been there. Although not the same product as this I'm sure this will work just as well.


Ok maybe I could be convinced otherwise but don’t want to scratch my car to test it yet!
HD been replaced by 4K.
Prevention is better than cure.

koskesh07/11/2019 20:52

has anyone succesfully used it though?most "scratch remover" products are …has anyone succesfully used it though?most "scratch remover" products are scam.I payed £10 last week for Meguiar's Scratch X2,and it failed to even remove lightest scratches.so many fake reviews on YouTube and amazon.


Possible user error.
Does this contain harsh abrasives ??

Kindest regards
wax on, wax off
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS08/11/2019 13:54

Possible user error.


nope.
used exactly as instructed and it’s really nothing complicated.
some people lime the video posted above think marks and blemishes are same as scratches.you can remove those blemishes with any thing including detergent etc But scratches won’t go.
Get the 8k version so much better
koskesh07/11/2019 20:52

has anyone succesfully used it though?most "scratch remover" products are …has anyone succesfully used it though?most "scratch remover" products are scam.I payed £10 last week for Meguiar's Scratch X2,and it failed to even remove lightest scratches.so many fake reviews on YouTube and amazon.


Scratch X2 worked brilliantly on my old Lagoon blue Celica. It will not perform miracles; but used it with a variable torque orbital, then build back with wax and came out flawless.

How did you apply it ?
firstofficer08/11/2019 14:42

Does this contain harsh abrasives ??Kindest regards


All polishing compounds contain abrasives. I would think this is like a liquid 7000 grade. Just don't go too deep through your top coat.

Go slow, and keep it moving. You'll be fine.
DildoBagginz09/11/2019 20:21

All polishing compounds contain abrasives. I would think this is like a …All polishing compounds contain abrasives. I would think this is like a liquid 7000 grade. Just don't go too deep through your top coat.Go slow, and keep it moving. You'll be fine.


Wonder if this works if someone keys the car and it goes down to bare metal ?

Kindest regards
firstofficer09/11/2019 21:23

Wonder if this works if someone keys the car and it goes down to bare …Wonder if this works if someone keys the car and it goes down to bare metal ?Kindest regards


Unfortunately not. It will only cover surface scratches; so anything that is in your clear lacquer coat. If the scratch is deeper than this you will never get rid it unless you repair it.

So anything in the metal, plastic or primer eill need filling in and polishing back down.
DildoBagginz09/11/2019 22:20

Unfortunately not. It will only cover surface scratches; so anything that …Unfortunately not. It will only cover surface scratches; so anything that is in your clear lacquer coat. If the scratch is deeper than this you will never get rid it unless you repair it.So anything in the metal, plastic or primer eill need filling in and polishing back down.


I was under the impression you can layer this on to 'fill' the gap... Then rub it with wet emery cloth, followed by buffing... which should get rid of scratches...

Kindest regards
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