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sounds a bit scarey using this, i take it if i did one area its going to stand out though
Nah not scary mate, just keep it wet, if applying by hand I doubt you'd run the risk of scortching the paint anyway, but better safe than sorry I always say!
You shouldn't notice any difference, the one area won't stand out, just may look a bit shinier is all lol!!! It won't be that bad it'll stand out anyway. Professionals use this stuff when painting part of a car to belnd the new paint into the old. Also used to replenish old paint especialy red when it starts to haze and turn white.
You could try a bit of t-cut on the scuffs first and see if that improves it. Both G3 and t-cut do the same job of removing a thin layer of paint but in different ways, t-cut is chemical where as G3 is abrasive.
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1996 Mazda MX-3 V6, a 2002 1.2 8v Fiat Punto active (the Wife's!) and a 1998 Suzuki GN 125. Used to own a 2002 Laguna II Dynamique 1.8 16V (Now Sold yey!)