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advice on swirls & scratches

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by a4portree, Jul 26, 2011.

  1. a4portree
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    a4portree New Member

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    Hi Guys!!!

    Advice on heavy swirls and scratches!!!

    What is you favourite product and method for removing swirls and scratches????


    Any help much appreciated!!

    Thanks
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  2. CMD
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    CMD Pointing Forward's!!!!!!!!!

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    You will have to use a Rotary Polisher or a DA along with Menz or 3M product's. You may be able knock some of them back by hand polishing but a Rotary will be the best option.. Please, Please do not use Tcut
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    Haha i like the last sentence!

    Thanks for the advice!
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  4. DaveyB
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    DaveyB No misfires.

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    The services of a professional detailer I would say, paint correction on an Audi (or on any car for that matter) is quite a specialised task.

    Maybe not what you wanted to hear but i'm sure all the pro's on here will give you their 2 cents worth too!
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  5. John @ PB
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    Our Hard Paint Polishing kit will give the results you're after: PB DAS-6 Power Plus Hard Paint Polishing Kit | Machine Polishing Kit For Cars With Hard Paint

    Unfortunately, there's a manufacturing delay with the machines so the kit is currently out of stock - we expect the machines in around 2 or 3 weeks time.

    Our guide to polishing is here: What Does Polishing Do? | Car Care Advice | Polished Bliss and the step by step guide is at the bottom of the page; if you follow it you should have no issues and get excellent results. It will take some time, even with a machine, but you'll get there.

    Audi paint, as said above, is so hard, there's basically no point trying to polish it by hand!
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