Feline body damage

bloodmoon

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Grrr,

The damn cat has scratched my front wing when it clambered up the side to get onto the nice warm bonnet. It left 3 long, not very deep, gashes that stand out a mile.

What is the best product to use to remove shallow scrapes such as these? T-Cut? or smthn like Meguiars Deep Crystal system?

Thanks in advance,

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Problem solved - T-Cut colour magic, followed by High Resin Polish worked a treat. I was just so frustrated I posted the above to vent my anger...

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Sure :)

I took my shiny 'Benz to work and it turned a few heads. Looks really nice now.

No doubt it will be covered in ginger fluff tomorrow morning though...

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If you can't get it out with T-cut, you're talking about puting more paint back on.........

In my experience, T-cut should easily get out cat scratches.

Make sure you polish in the direction that air flows over the car, or you just increase the "swirls" (don't use a circular motion).

Finish off with your favourite wax, then all you have to do is deal with the cat..........I'd recommend barbeque.
 
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Originally posted by PaulG
Finish off with your favourite wax, then all you have to do is deal with the cat..........I'd recommend barbeque.

Hehe, the cat was suitably scolded ;)

Hat off to T-Cut Colour Fast - did exactly what it said on the bottle.

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