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Originally Posted by Mitul
i've tried t-cut, im not sure if im doin it properly, it gets rid of alot of scratches, but i got 2 left, they look like keyy scratches, i got tcutt, put it on lint free cloth then went in circular motion, then left to dry for a hour or so then washed it off it is that how its done, and superbiatch, its about £6 for the touch up paint from dealership
I use t-cut on an electric sander !
Cut a piece of towel about 1/2" wider/longer than the pad on the sander (the 'velcro' type is best), stick the towel to it and rub t-cut into the towel.
Then run it over the faded/scratched area with moderate pressure. When that's done, buff up the area with a clean soft cloth before waxing the whole car with 'Colour Magic'.
That method brought my 1997 Jeep up a treat - good job too, because the original paint is no longer available.
Currently in Renegade1127's garage:
1999 Laguna 2.0 Executive. 1997 Chrysler Grand Voyager 3.3LE DualFuel