DIY: How To Repair Paint Stone Chips




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ERVARGAS NYC: Amen for a straight to the point video. Ever seen a video on how to apply wax from some of these guy's on YouTube ? 18 Freeking minutes. Come on, Seriously. This is how a video is done. :o) Thanks for the Video

Ben Prendergast: quality video. straight to the point

Daniel: i tried this and after polishing still have dull spots with visible light sanding scratches what should i do did i ruin my paint?

Corey Gibson: Is 1200 grit too coarse for this? Thanks. Great Video!

striker: This video is to the point. Glad you showed us the results unlike other videos.


Ana Marin: wow that was FAST, but i got it on my head now, thanks

Vic Die: I got a question, I have a small chip but I can see the bare metal. Can I touch up paint it over or do I have to use some rust formula? is very small. And if so, what rust formula would you recommend? thanks

striker: Wow! A++ video exactly what I was looking for. Top man thank you sir.

Anonymous: Lacquer?

tou yang: Legend has it, Dude the Last Airbender.

Sarah Fitzpatrick: Thank god. A video I didn't fall asleep to!!

Steve C: You sure can talk fast, like the end of those drug commercials where they tell you all the awful side effects in the last 5 seconds.
Great instructional vid, fast and on point.
Thanks!

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

Joe M: Great video.  Got a big stone chip.  I'm ready to tackle it now.

Don Corleone: 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
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DIY: How to Repair Paint Stone Chips 5 out of 5

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