emericaman16: Hey you should check out ChrisFix's channel. That first chip you had was only the clear coat and you verified that because it goes away when when. Chris fix has an excellent video for clear coat scratches.
Dr Jones: The first big chip temporarily disappeared when you put the alcohol on it. When this happens it means that the chip is in the clear coat only. You could have just buffed or even wet sanded it out. Much easier, a lot cheaper and the result would have been perfect. It's a lot better to just fix the clear coat instead of trying to put base coat in the clear.
gustavo licea: thanks for sharing! I've used in past and had some frustration at first. glad to see it takes a few tries.
Sheryl Easley: I love the F bomb lmfao!
AntMan 72: I am not there to see the car but most of those look like they can be wet sanded out. 2k then 3k then cut compound then polish.
Boodieman72: That first chip, your technique was not correct. I think you pressed down rather than gliding over when use Sealac and the mf towel.
Ray Gunn: You reckon this would do the trick on some nasty scratches?
Michael Brady: Great Video, I'm getting that today!
Thee Random Biker: So jealous of your car and bike man. love them both!
Ibrahim Muhammad: How the seal act is suppose to remove the paint surrounding the chip yet not remove any from the still uncured chip crater has always seemed like such a mystery to me.
iceagecoming: nice. My evo gets pretty owned by stone chips. Somehow got a chip on the back of the trunk now HOW lol
Doc Coones: thanks for reviewing this, now i think i will order it. I don't know if this would of made a difference, but in the other vids they only smear it once and not 2 or 3 times. nice car by the way!
SalemCBR: cool stuff
Zee A (Z-Brah): Dude thanks for making this video. Need to get some ASAP!