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| Originally posted by Cruzin 323is@Mar 10 2005, 06:18 PM |
unless u know what your doing?? don't try to buff them out.. because u WILL burn the paint!! and then your screwed!
| Originally posted by Boxbrownie@Mar 13 2005, 05:06 PM |
The usual rule of thumb (or thumbnail) is if you can feel it with your nail then its too deep to cut out......you need it professionally touched up.....if you can't feel it when you run your nail over the scratch, then a carefull cutting with something like T-cut will take the mark/bruise away.......notice I say mark/bruise, if it can be called a scratch then no amonut of cutting back will eradticate it until you f**k up the paint.
Best regards David
| Originally posted by afrochapin@Apr 26 2005, 10:58 PM |
I have a bunch of scrattches and marks on my car? Whats the average price range that the detailer will quote me? What's too much money and what is too little?
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