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Was going to say that same.. scratch x.. Although T-cut will work, I havn't used it for a good while though as it will just keep thining out your paint

Lessons learnt there though ey. I'v seen 4x4's caked in mud go through them..followed by something newish and you think WHY!!! All the crud on the 4x4 is going straight onto the next car and then being ground into the paint by the rotary washers, not just that but years ago I went through and the blower got caught on my spoiler.... then my rear windscreen wiper... then my arial...before stopping after it ripped it off my wiper and scratched the spoiler! (Asda, Walstanton. Stoke On Trent) when asked them about the damage.. Some spotty 5 year old took delight in pointing out the waiver.... I.e. If you go through this car wash and rips your car apart... you can't sue us..its tough.....He also said, in his squeeky.. i'm going through puberty voice.... I always tell people with those types of spoilers not to use it.... WHY DIDNT YOU TELL ME THEN...GIMP!..

I did write to the manager.. never heard a thing back off them though, which doesn't suprise me.... Never again, I can tell you!!!

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....


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what do you think scratchX does?

if you have a scratch in your clear then the only way to get rid ofit is to lower the level of the surrounding clear to the same level as the scratch hence cutting it out

cheers, simon :)
Si... I'm quite aware what T-cut and Scratch X are... I mearly commented that I havn't used T cut for a while and use Scratch X instead, due to T cut being more abrassive and scratch x more suited to swirls than t-cut is...... Not to mention, t-cut is no good for Metalic or pearlesent finish's unless you buy the specific T cut made for this type of paint.. Not to mention Tcut can cause micromarring!

All in all ....sarcastic answers are unnesassary...
 
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