how to get key marks out of my door paint?
how do i get scratches out of my paint .some are to the primer and the others are only in the clear coat?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Well basically I've learned that if you run your fingertips across the scratch and you can feel it, it's too deep to buff out. If you can't feel the scratch you can either goto a automotive supply store and try the various scratch "removal" products like Scratch-X. They don't remove the scratch, they actually abrasively blend the scratch away. Or just goto a body shop and have them do it for you with their professional polish and buffing tools.Source(s): I'm a car freak.
- 4 years ago
it actual relies upon on the mark, how deep it really is has it were given rust on it if so you want to examine paint hues from door, and mast off that section with paper and tape wash good 1st. then mast, and get sanding purely the section, the position the scrape or gouge is to the undercoat or to the metallic if that deep then sparkling good spread filler and comfortable enable dry and sand comfortable leave filler the position the scratch became, tear off mast sparkling with thinner and tender fabric, mast back and get spray can of matched paint and purely fan gentle coats contained in the mast section, do not get wild with it if desire extra paint enable 1st coat tack first then hit it back wish you do not ought to this a ways, yet in case you do you'll understand how
- 1 decade ago
for scratches that are just in the clear, wet sand them with 1500 grit sandpaper and then buff with rubbing compound. anything deeper, 1) touch up paint or 2) have it professionally fixed (painted)
- Mrs MagooLv 41 decade ago
try using a good polish and buffer that should get the scratch out the deep ones maybe you should talk to a car detailer
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
You will have to touch up paint the area with new paint.
- 1 decade ago
You should try waxing them out first. That will work on the ones that aren't so deep.