How to Remove Trail Rash: Getting the Scratches Out!

Xkid

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#2
I think I am going to have to look into this. We get pretty scratched up here in the great white north.


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Brian

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#3
I think I am going to have to look into this. We get pretty scratched up here in the great white north.


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Use 3M Dark Foam Pad Glaze and a buffer at 2,000 RPM Watch your corners and take your time.
 

Brian

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#6
Any issues with the buffer creating swirls in the paint?


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If you have good paint and do not over heat an area, no. Foam pad glaze is the easiest of all items to use. If you have a poor re-paint, you can do damage easier. I have showed 30-35 people how to buff like this and never had an issue. I have buffed out 100's of cars and only had an issue with one.... Go figure.

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Pthorpe84

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If you have good paint and do not over heat an area, no. Foam pad glaze is the easiest of all items to use. If you have a poor re-paint, you can do damage easier. I have showed 30-35 people how to buff like this and never had an issue. I have buffed out 100's of cars and only had an issue with one.... Go figure.

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Thanks. Might be something the Wrenches and Rides folks have a video for....

On another note....I want to see that $200k raptor the author speaks about[emoji848]


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Brian

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Thanks. Might be something the Wrenches and Rides folks have a video for....

On another note....I want to see that $200k raptor the author speaks about[emoji848]


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Chemical guys do great videos on it. Look up the Milwaukee M 18 polisher on Workshop Addict.

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