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I said it may work. (archive)

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Posted by //MMMGood on June 26, 2000 at 10:12:57:

In Reply to: First, I've been suggesting a hand application, posted by Paul E on June 26, 2000 at 09:52:37:

I just said it sounds scary...

If it is a major scratch that is not touched by a fine cut cleaner, then everything I have ever heard says.

Rotary buffer. (which is not for a even crappy detailer shop to use)

What is the logic behind your method(I am just asking cuz I don't understand...not to rip on you)? Is it to heat the paint and smush it into place? Is it to compress the paint and make it fill in the scratch? I am confused.

Peter Hsu


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