Mike Coughlin: I see it's been said many times already, but Finally a great informative right to the point video. How many times have I seen these doofy guys fumbling around with the camera telling idiotic backstories and suggesting 30 different methods. Thank you! P.S. did you use to do commercials for Fedex? ha ha
Andy Mac: Nail on the head. Many thanks for this guide Helped me a great deal Straight to the point with good images
Joe M: Great video. Got a big stone chip. I'm ready to tackle it now.
Rob H: The sandpaper won't scratch or damage the car in any way ?
Phil: Excellent tutorial and instructions!
Chris Davies: fast talker lol, good video though thanks
smunkster: Excellent video! much appreciated!Could you please link the products you used? Just so that I know which ones exactly to purchase. After a quick search, I have found numerous Meguiars polishes and not sure which one is correct. Thanks!
Brannigan Farnsworth: It's like an Elzar cooking video
drummer: Great video, precise and straight too the point.
was that 2000 grit you used?
Theo Schutz: ok you said 2000...thanks
Theo Schutz: thanks not much talking and do the job!!!! What grit sandpaper to use..2500?
TheVividLink: Fast and too the point. Great Vid Thanks
Mr. Q - iLoveQatar.net: Man can I just say, I appreciate you got straight to the point. Most videos these days have a 1-2 minute intro.
papagunz45: Great video!
Bner Schnitzel: Where can I buy the matched acrylic paint?
Dibyendu Das: no nonsense & to the point :) Thanks.
NPAMike: I have paint peeling/chipping on my bumper. About the size of a half dollar. Its only in 1 area what do you recommend?
Jappanjot Singh: Where can I get color matched acrylic paint? Any auto parts store or is it a special online order? Also, this works on any type of pain right?
Harper Smythe: Wowsers! You speak awfully fast! 😊 I'm glad you typed the instructions as well lol I only have a couple of tiny paint chips but they need sorting out. 😊