Scratch removal

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NVSteve
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Scratch removal

Postby NVSteve » Sat Apr 24, 2010 12:54 pm

A couple of weeks ago while in Death Valley, I drove on a little trail that was completely overgrown on both sides by 4' - 5' sagebrush & other trees and nasty bushes. I could hear the high pitched scraping noise for about 1/2 a mile or so there, and then when I returned. Anyway, I scraped the crap out of both sides of the Pathfinder, from the front bumper to the rear. After researching a bit, I bought some of this stuff:

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It seems to have worked fairly well, although I'll still need to work on a couple of the larger scratches as soon as my touch up paint arrives. Then I'll have to fix some big dings in my hood & wax the beast. If it survives the crazy wax I use, it should last quite a while.

Driver's side door before:

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After:

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Driver's side rear door before:

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After:

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Postby GOTGOO » Sun Apr 25, 2010 7:59 am

I did the same thing last year and i just buffed them out the best i could with my drill. Looks good i may have to try it out. How much did that little kit run you?

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Postby NVSteve » Sun Apr 25, 2010 4:31 pm

GOTGOO wrote:How much did that little kit run you?
$13.99 on Amazon.


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