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Detailing a red car

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Rev-head, May 26, 2007.

  1. Rev-head
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    Trying to get my S2 back up to A1 condition paint work wise but having a few issues with certain panels as they have faded just a shade more than other panels so was wonder what would be the best way for me to bring back up to as close to what it was

    A few pics of the car .looks good but you can tell areas that have been neglected...... different shades with the doors .really bugs me .....the joys of having a red car!!

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    best way would be to get a PC and cut into the oxidised paint using a good polish like merzerna. if you dont have access to a PC and dont want to pay a detailer, spose u could always try a couple coats of autoglym srp by hand......im sure when the pro detailers get here they will be more informative
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