Instantly Restore Your Car's PAINT - Wipe Away Scratches, Faded Paint, Rock Chips, ETC




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Rose Garcia: Incredible. Many thx

Joseph Ortiz: wgere do you buy that

Monstah Jones: Damn bloke, I've watched a lot of your vids but this one's gonna be great for me as I'm selling my p.o.s in the not to distant future..

Much appreciated..

Kirk Johnson: Please, please, please, if the house next door to you comes up for sale-- let me know!!! Love your videos.

nightmover101035: You are the man!!!!!!!!!!

perry halstead: I have a 1995 Lincoln Mark VIII that I just bought that has Fading Damage to the car due to Florida Sun Active Rays....lol Anyone that lives in Florida knows this! Been here all my Life! I will try this Trade Secret and Update how things go!!

V T: New buying tip: When looking at second hand cars, smell the bodywork.

manofsteel33: Wow, this really works well! The dealership pulled a fast one on me when I bought my car from them! After a few washes, I could see that I had fading on my front & rear bumper. This always bothered me because the rest of my car's paint looked almost showroom perfect. Waxing, buffing, even certain paint restoration formulas never restored them. This is the only procedure that has worked so far.

Venom Marvel (VenomUnleashed): it onky appears to be fixed instead its onlt filing in the scratch lines with the tranny fluid so once the light his the lines it appears to be gone instead of actually fixing it which only can be done by sanding

SteelCity1981: what about rustoleum recolor wipe new you should try that next...

Monica Swavel: awesome!! will try it! so relieved that I won't have to buff and wax etc...

Abe Markillie: a purple '95 escort, there it is everybody

Kristin Fields: thank you. I bought a car that is 15 years old.. gonna try this tomorrow..

Crystal Hanna: I applied the tran fluid to the scratches that appeared on my recently purchased used vehicle this afternoon. ..GONE! looks like it did when I went to see it and drive it home. I am certain either the Ford dealership or the person trading it in applied this. Unfortunately I have no way to prove this . Thank you for making this video . I can't begin to tell you how this effects someone who just purchases a vehicle that looked so nice. IT really messes with your mind trying to figure out how the scratches happened..not to mention ruin ones happy dance! (LOL)

Crystal Hanna: I purchased a 4 yr old vehical 11 days ago. from a dealer. The condition of the body was 2good2betrue. It rained for about 12 hours. Three days later scratches appeared . More have shown up . I washed and waxed yesterday. I will try the transmition fluid to see if they dissapeare. I too have a 15 yr old vehical to sell as some others have shared. but looking at what I have just gone through shows me this is fraud.

Kaye Cambare: This is totally awesome! :O

Mick D: Hi Mate cant wait to try this. Do i wash my car first before applying ATF on my car? and can i use micro-fibre to use? and after i apply ATF do i need to apply anything else.
cheers

lee goudlock: THANK YOU YOUNG MAN

donramonavila: 4:28 lol

Nicki joeph: TY!!
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