Scratches and chips on car paint can happen for various reasons. Your car can get deep scratches from simply grazing a bush, bumping into a street object, or tapping metal items on the surface. Even the simple act of removing bird droppings off the paint using a paper towel can produce a scratch. Usually, if the scratch is too small to require repainting, you would just endure the scratch and hope nobody notices.
However, if the scratch goes unattended or unrepaired, it can worsen in time because the scratch grooves and chipping can catch dirt, crust, and crack deeper or longer. Luckily, there is a way to repair and minimize deep scratches without the need for repainting your car, which would cost you a lot of money and time.
This simple hack involves the process of wet sanding and polishing, and the use of simple handheld tools that can be found in your garage or workshop. To learn how to repair scratches and find out what you need to use, just go to the next page and watch the video tutorial.
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