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Hello all! Recently decided to de-badge my old car and tried to make the paint a little better as I plan on selling it soon. First I removed paint transfer from door dings as well as a scuff on the front bumper. I used WD40 and a magic eraser. I then de-badged the entire car with some wire and hairdryer on heat which worked a charm. Used a bit of WD40 to get rid of the glue residue as well, which worked. Both steps left behind some hazing from the WD40 as well as an outline of where the badges had been. I then compound/ polished/waxed the entire car. And although not perfect, I was happy with the results. Now for the problems. After about 2 weeks all the scratches came back. The haze also came back where the scuff marks were. It looks a whole lot worse than before because the paint got darker from the detail and the scratches/haze is more obvious. I went through the whole detail process a second time and it all came back again! I don't know what I'm doing wrong and advice would be much appreciated! Products I used: Meguiar's Polish, Compund and Wax Did everything by hand
Hi everyone, We are currently working on adding Yellow Filleting Wax to our stock line for retail to Australia. This product is vastly superior replacement to plastecine, easier to use, reduces labour and increases finish quality. As many of you may know, the only way to source this excellent filleting material is to purchase from overseas, which can be very costly when considering the cost of shipping. We are currently looking at offering this product at the following packs/prices: 325g Block - $18.50 inc GST 650g Block - $30 inc GST 2 x 650g Block - $55 inc GST Pending demand, this product could be available within the next month or so. Eventually, with your support and if demand is high enough, we aim to have these prices reduced by up to 35%. To help us guage the level of demand, if any of you are interested in purchasing Yellow Filleting Wax from us, please reply to this post below with pack size/quantity you would be interested in purchasing Please note this is an expression of interest only and not an obligation to purchase! For those unsure of what this product is, it is the same as sold by Easy Composites in the UK, as shown in this video. Note how quick and easy it is to apply! https://www.youtube.com/embed/UgKvDw...rent&start=270 Thanks everyone! Phill www.elitecomposites.com.au