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Light scratches after carwash

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by t3zza36, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. t3zza36

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    hi all my black a3 has some very ninor light scratches after carwash can anyone recommend a tcut polish service in midlands area?
    cheers
     
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  3. dan1973

    dan1973 OCD clean

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    Afraid i am a little to far away from you, or i would have sorted it for you. Do yourself a favour mate steer clear of the car washes ;)
     
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    I'm local to you but am unsure of the term 'a tcut polish service'
     
  5. t3zza36

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    yes it is a harsh lesson learned will only wash myself from now on
     
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    Not sure what you mean by a 'tcut polish', but there are a few people locally that will be able to give your car a good detail.
     
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    wot i mean is i need to get rid of these light swirl scratches i know nothing about paintwork so mayb t-cut not needed
     
  8. dan1973

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    You need a paint correction mate sure somebody will be along soon to offer you there services
     
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    ok thnx for replies, i go away to florida tonight so work will have to be early in new year.
    cheers
     
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    I'm sure I could offer some services but to be honest it would be worth looking out for a detailer near by who can sort it for you.

    I'd hate to balls it up on someone elses car.
     
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    can anyone recommend detailer in cov area?
     
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    I'll have a word with a mate and PM you a number in the morning ;)
     
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    wheres jimmeh??
     
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    so will be back in a week does anyone know of anyone offering this service in my area//
    thanx
     
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    depending how light the scratches, you will want something like 3m ultrafina using a waffle head on a polisher.

    this kind of polish will remove swirls and very fine scratches
     
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    yes but i am not confident in doing this myself, so ideally would like to find someone offering this service.
     
  18. S3 Rav

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    as above, jimmeh is that man for the job and he's local.
     
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    if you were more local i would do it for you, im in somerset
     
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    Do not use t-cut it's just as bad as a car wash!it kills your paintwork!buy some hood stuff from www.nedetailing.co.uk and they will sort your problem for you bud
     
  21. 1animal1

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    to be fair i personally wouldnt touch anything with cutting properties on a black car....your asking for trouble and holograms
     

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