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What's the one thing that flying road debris and your over-enthusiastic pet dog have in common? Well, to put it simply, both of them can place scratches to your vehicle that can make it look less appealing. But aside from these two, there are other several factors that can easily inflict minor damages like scrapes and dents to your rig. Now, as a solution, you can do a couple of things: either you protect your ride from these factors or you can remove them by using a Scratch Remover. With the help of this chemical-based product, you can easily eliminate the blemishes in your vehicle's paint. It allows you to restore the good condition of your rig's appearance to make sure that it won't look old and battered. But the beauty of scratch removers is that they can be used on various surfaces. That said it's not only limited to your car's exterior finish. It can also help remove discoloration from plastic windows and other components that are made from the same material. Plus, this product won't inflict harm to wood and metal surface so there's no need to be extra careful when you're applying it. Scratch removers are also made ideal for motorcycles, boats, and trucks. Getting rid of scrapes from your vehicle is now a breeze by using a Scratch Remover. Here at Auto Parts Warehouse, you can easily place your order for this high-quality product any time of the day.
How to Remove a Scratch on Your Car
Getting a scratch on your car is inevitable. You can't compulsively cover your car every time you park it to protect it from the smallest scratches. There isn't a product that shields your car from flying debris when driving down a rocky road. Unless you're willing to keep your car locked up in the garage and not use it to keep it safe from scratches, you don't really have a choice. What you have a choice on though, is the method by which you heal these scratches. That's what we have for you in this guide: fixing a scratch on your car in five easy steps.
Difficulty level: Moderate
Tools you'll need:
- Shoe polish
- Rubbing compound
- Mild laundry detergent
- Polishing wheel
- Microfiber cloth
Note: The steps below will only work if the scratch isn't too deep. Larger scratches may require the use of paint sprayers and professional help.
Step 1: Wipe shoe polish onto the scratches. Filling scratches with polish will make them appear. This will help you assess the damage.
Step 2: Sand the scratched area with 2000-grit wet/dry sandpaper and plenty of water. Blow away all of the dust and keep sanding until the shoe polish disappears.
Step 3: Mix mild laundry detergent in water, and wash the scratch and surrounding area with the solution. This removes any wax or coatings that would otherwise affect the rubbing compound you'll apply. Use the rubbing compound to polish out the sanding scratches.
Step 4: Use a polishing wheel to bring the shine back. Be careful not to be too aggressive, as you don't want to buff through the paint into the next layer. This is especially important on high-crown or sharp edges.
Step 5: Lightly rub a microfiber cloth onto the scratched area to remove the last of the compound. Finally, apply car wax to match the shine of the undamaged areas.