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You need to cut and polish it There's scratches in my boot in my car panels how  - 12_8_2013_12_02_46_am.png

Posted on Dec 08, 2013

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    ali abbas Dec 08, 2013

    You need to cut and polish it

  • mgarth1973 Dec 08, 2013

    What do you mean cut & polish it mate

  •  ali abbas
    ali abbas Dec 11, 2013

    Cut and polish leans take some rubbing compound and buff the scratch with it then use glazing compound and buff it with a soft pad that should do the it

  • mgarth1973 Dec 11, 2013

    What type of compound is it for plastics mate



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