How To: Remove Oxidation From Car Paint.




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Yvonne C Salazar: I need to understand this Oxidation problem better, so please help if you can. 1) Is this problem worse for darker colors vs lighter colors (prob blends better for lighter color paint)? Does the sun cause this to happen quicker? If you can't park your car under a covered location, what can you do the help keep this from happening?

Yvonne C Salazar: great video Christian Macias! Thanks tons for making it! I need some response from you'all out here to this question, "Is this a problem w/ HONDA cars?" I have a Honda Fit and I have oxidation on the hood of my Fit, sooo ugly, I had NEVER seen this on my Toyota's, which were also parked outside in the sun here in Dallas, TX. My Dad told me I should call Honda, but my car is out of warranty now. What do you'all think. I do love my Fit though, but this oxidation thing is giving me Fits! LOL! pun intended. Also my headlights are all oxidized. I just fixed those w/ Meguiars Ultimate Compound since it was not heavily oxidized yet & that seemed to work.

South Texas: That uhh... that polishing technique will make just about ANY professional detailer cringe hard. Don’t do that lol you’re gonna screw up your paint by doing that.

Raoul Duke: Dude, you should never be seen dressed like that.

moNYTx: Did you clay before this? What about after sanding, can you spray clear over that?

Brian Masters: Thanks for this video! Going to do my whole car- should I clay bar first or does the sanding make that irrelevant?

Jesse Allen: Hey man thanks for the straight to the point vid. Really helpful thanks...

kooshal0000: he's so lazy he doesn't even wanna talk properly

CentroValle209: PINCHY CHRISTIAN U GET DOWN JAMES BROWN!!! TE SALIO CHINGON WEY!!!!!

Jane Curtis: Excellent, clear concise and is not afraid to own up to his mistake (painters tape)

James Alexander: Be very careful using 1500 sandpaper you, must use the right compound or you will have a difficult time getting the scratches from the sand paper out I had a tough time. I don't recommend this technique.

RoseVendetaNJS: Hopefully you will reply !:)
WHERE DID YOU PURCHASS YOH BUFFER TOOL

Christopher Camp: good video thanks

ABcd: Would rather use a clay bar or clay block on the whole car instead of sandpaper and grind away at the clear coat or paint causing a bigger job to refine..Then use a scratch remover which doubles as your polisher if there are imperfections the sealant cant handle, then a sealant to give it a finish and finally a good wax coat to protect your hard work..Just my experience..Research before touching your vehicle surface..

PS: If your vehicle has a thin clear coat or no clear coat using a sand paper is a bad idea unless your repainting your vehicle..

DetailXPerts: If you leave your car unprotected and out in the elements, the paint will most likely oxidize. The first level of oxidation will happen and you will not notice it over a period of a month or more. Light oxidation can be treated through regular paint cleaning and polishing. Waxing your car after each cleaning will also help protect your car’s paint.

The second level of oxidation is moderate oxidation. Just like light oxidation, it can be repaired using a cutting polish. The hardest oxidation to deal with is heavy oxidation. This may happen after a year of your car being unprotected. This can be described by a dull, chalky surface on your car’s paint. It may even be difficult to restore but there are products you can always try before getting a paint job done.

Evan Z: Well done. But how do you know if you sand/buff too much clear coat, and what to do if so?

JOGO: Dude that came out fantastic

BEMarty Three: That looks great thanks! Going to do mine soon, hope it turns out like yours. What polishing model # (tool) did you get from Harbor freight?

Naah4real???: The Midas Touch!!!

T N: I don't see your car paint is bad!!!
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