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Turtlewax HD Scratch Repair and Renew 207ml - £4.76 Delivered (With Code) @ CarParts4Less
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Turtlewax HD Scratch Repair and Renew 207ml - £4.76 Delivered (With Code) @ CarParts4Less

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Posted 26th Dec 2019

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This stuff is quite effective if used correctly and actually works!

Use code VCL21 for this price

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Turtlewax HD Scratch Repair and renewThe 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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Cheers @merb0786
Thanks op
Ordered thanks. Tried loads of these still trying to find one that actually works. Fingers crossed.
Has anyone tried this on a phone screen?
fletch0726/12/2019 23:33

Has anyone tried this on a phone screen?

Most phone screens are very hard glass. Light scratches will come out with baking powder, deeper scratches are going to need cerium oxide. In both cases it's easy to screw this up if you aren't careful. If you don't polish it evenly across the entire screen and flat you'll create lensing, producing visible distortions. Do so at your own risk.
Cheers op. Ordered some for some scratches on my Formica worktop.
vulcanproject27/12/2019 00:06

Most phone screens are very hard glass. Light scratches will come out with …Most phone screens are very hard glass. Light scratches will come out with baking powder, deeper scratches are going to need cerium oxide. In both cases it's easy to screw this up if you aren't careful. If you don't polish it evenly across the entire screen and flat you'll create lensing, producing visible distortions. Do so at your own risk.


Cheers for that, I have never heard of using baking powder top tip
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