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Another Scuff

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by mattjarv, Aug 26, 2014.

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    [Aug 26, 2014]
    Hello everyone!

    Just come back to my car and found the 3rd scuff on it in a month. Usually it's parking on my street, but this time at a supermarket.

    I'm so sick of it. but instead of going into a huge rant, I'd love to know if an of you use a product that can fill the scuffs, paint them? or fill them then order the paint from Audi or something? The scuffs aren't too deep, but the usual T-cut stuff doesn't seem to fill these scratches.

    it's costing me too much to keep paying a garage to do it and I am not going to give in and leave the scuff marks on there, so any help would be very welcome!!

    Thanks,

    jarv
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    [Aug 26, 2014]
    Does your finger nail go into the scuff ?
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    [Aug 26, 2014]
    Whilst i can't offer any advice i can sympathies as my car now has several dents( some of them look like a trolley was rammed into my car) from imbeciles not controlling their shopping trolley.
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    Yes on some parts the finger nail can go in, but not much. Parts you can see the white prima colour under the grey...

    And Chatty, it's terrible, I try and park miles away in the hope no one will park next to me then they always do!!
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    [Aug 27, 2014]
    Need to park out the way then mate if your parking amongst other cars and there owners dont care about cars what do you expect i park as far away as possible weather its raining snowing what ever

    If i take me mum shopping i will drop here at the door go park the car and come back only way to try and stop this
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    [Aug 27, 2014]
    If your nail goes in to the scratch nothing is going to polish it out
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    [Aug 28, 2014]
    Feel for you,people just have no respect for others property.
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    Yep mine has so many tiny dents in the doors,also have been reversed into 3 three times whilest stationary in traffic ,all women drivers who would have thought it.
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    [Sep 1, 2014]
    I tried T-cut and it didn't seem to work. Also left a smear on the paint which Ihad to poish out.
    As for moving the car away, I do try to all the time. It just seems to follow me around. I will park the car as far away from the front doors as possible hoping everyone will be too lazy to park this far out, then come back to find a big ass wedging their door open, denting y car, getting a kid out the back!

    What about this stuff? eBay - Item # 161012967534
    Use that, sand and then find the exact paint and spray the bumper?
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