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never tried this one but tried auto glym's scratch removale aluminium oxide stuff (cant remeber the actual name) and that way very good.

if someone finds a polish to remove dents id be much happier
 

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well i dont know how you and many other have been using it but i have never come across that in the 20 years i have been using it , it is a cutting compound and not the final finisher which type have you been using , i am honestly intrested as i have never had bad results , with solid colours / laquer finishes , or 2k / cellulose or any other paints.
 

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I love t-cut. It made my dodgey arch look not even half as bad as i was when i bought the car.. its not even that noticeable any more.. Before it stood out like mad, especially when it rained, it went a ****** colour :S lol

T-CUT FTW!!!!
 

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nickyboy said:
When using the scratch remover stuff, rubbing in a circle like suggested, it caused more scratches than were there before. The type r forum i`m a member of, has a huge Car Care section, and t-cut is one big no-no.
never use it in circles it leaves swirl marks and thats with anything ,and there are several types of T-CUT theres even T-CUT thats the base colour of the car .
ah well each to there own i arent going to fall out with anyone over a bottle of T-CUT :)
 

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saying that i T-CUT a whole car that was faded pink once and it came up fantastic :)
oh yeah and this car cost me 100 quid , but i had to put a gearbox in it , and i put the wheels on , and exhaust it set me back 500 in the end , still cheap thou this was 5 yrs ago.
 

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