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Old 12-08-2018, 08:06 PM   #1
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I have a couple of small marks on my new car - not sure where they came from unfortunately.

I've never used a machine polish and am not keen on using one - is there anything else I could use?



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Old 12-08-2018, 08:53 PM   #2
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Why you not keen on using one?
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Have you tried to polish them by hand ?

A good polish may remove / reduce them, alternately something a little more bite like Megs ultimate compound may work ...

What products do you have?
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Have you tried to polish them by hand ?

A good polish may remove / reduce them, alternately something a little more bite like Megs ultimate compound may work ...

What products do you have?
I've Dodo Juice Lime Prime - would that be any good?
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I've Dodo Juice Lime Prime - would that be any good?

Certainly worth a try - from blurb about it...

Dodo Juice Lime Prime is a pre-wax cleaner with micro-abrasives, cleansing agents and oils that will get rid of light swirls, water marks and oxidised paint. What’s more it smells of limes.

Dodo Juice Lime Prime is a gentle yet effective cleaner that will remove imperfections and old layers of wax to leave a surface with a clean and clear finish.”

If it doesn’t remove all, then something with a bit more bite maybe required, but give it a go first
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