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Old 09-04-2018, 09:03 PM   #1
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Black vauxhall meriva paint correction

Well with the info that i have got from here i have set about the black B#tch.

Its been a long few hours just to do the bonnet (i am 50 years old so things take a bit longer to do now )

Products used and mac da sander with foam mops.



The pics before i started.















Washed of and ready to start, i think this is called a spiders web?



Clayed and compound.



Polished and waxed







I will try and update has i go.
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Old 09-04-2018, 09:17 PM   #2
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Looks like good results there Chris..... With you on the age thing as well lol!!!
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Looks like good results there Chris..... With you on the age thing as well lol!!!
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Old 09-04-2018, 10:49 PM   #4
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Looks nice mate. The defects were quite severe. For faster, sharper results, try some Meguiar's 105 or Scholl s3 gold. Finish with Meguiar's 205 or Scholl s30. Don't want to be ants at your picnic, just another option. G3 wax is superb. All the best, Ross.
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Looks nice mate. The defects were quite severe. For faster, sharper results, try some Meguiar's 105 or Scholl s3 gold. Finish with Meguiar's 205 or Scholl s30. Don't want to be ants at your picnic, just another option. G3 wax is superb. All the best, Ross.
Thanks Ross just playing atm, but all info is good
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looks like you have done a good job fella
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Cracking job and a definite improvement

Just the rest of the car now
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Plenty to practice on there. You've done a good job so far
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Looking pretty good! Well done! Glad those RDS's went away.
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Looking pretty good! Well done! Glad those RDS's went away.
RDS's ?
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