July 22, 2015

Malaysia Car Detailing Guru KC, how to DIY touch up your stone ships

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QUOTE(CoffeeDude @ Jul 18 2015, 09:52 PM)
After wondering a long time if I should try to do wet sanding or not I finally decided to give it a go.

I had some paint chip marks on my front bonnet and have put some touch up paint on it a few months ago.
Yesterday I wet sanded the spots very gently and the area after wet sanding looked very dull. sweat.gif
But I was confident that Meguiars compound M101 should be able to bring back the shine.
I applied M101 to an orange foam pad and worked the area.
After buffing off the compound the sanding marks were all gone and the area is shiny again thumbup.gif

Unfortunately I still don't have enough skill to properly do paint touch up.
The spot where I did the touch up is less visible now but I can still see a minor hole there   dry.gif
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stone chips after compounding is obvious as you have remove the dirt which covers its ugliness 

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get a premix paint from a nearby auto colour paint shop
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QUOTE(ivanongics @ Jul 19 2015, 08:11 PM)
Hi Everyone and those experience before, how to solve stone chips.

Thanks in advance, to share some info.
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