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Damn carwash!

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Took my car through the carwash as a last minute thing as the weekend had been spent preparing my sons christening so could wash it myself. Wanted it looking clean for the day. The carwash has left some minorish scratches and as thus I require your advice.

I've seen T-Cut used in various jokes around here but basically wondered if this would work?

Also the best technique to use such a product and the way I can keep the surrounding areas looking good.

Thanks folks!
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Car washes are awful things! T-Cut is very harsh, so use Scrath-X instead. You wont go through a car wash again when you have finished with the scratch-x as you arm will be rather sore!:lol:

Using lots of elbow grease, work in 1' x 1' squares, applying the Scratch X accross the direction of the scratch, then finish in a circular motion. Apply it with a clean microfibre cloth or foam applicator pad, using good firm pressure.

Keep going until the residue goes clear, and repeat until the scratch has almost disappeared. You may need to go over it two or three times, but make sure you maintain good firm pressure.

Then top off with Autoglm Super Resin Polish, and a wax of choice, and consider your lesson learned.:lol:

Jet wash it yes.... drive through car wash.... NO! and if you see a young spotty Asda Worker...feel free to jet wash him also....
He would be better in the car wash. Get some exfoliating action on them spots!:lol: Because that's about all a car wash is good for.

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