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  • Car has been keyed!

    Could always try coloured t-cut or black marker to hide it a little. I suspect over 4 panels it could be costly

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    You could wet and dry it? Did this with mine, ain't gonna lie, it's nerve racking but does work.



    I mean sand it back with wet n dry paper and polish it back to a shine.



    If you can't hardly feel it with a finger nail, it's certainly worth a go before going to a body shop.

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    • #3
      Na,no chance of a easy fix,mate sorry.

      As Martyn says its down to the primer so it's guner need doing by a specialist.
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      • #4
        Hid a scratch on our VXR well enough that it wasn't noticeable. Dealer certainly didn't see it thankfully when we traded it in

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        • #5
          Super resin polish may hide it a but will only last 2-3 months.
          I want to go out of this world the way i came in...kicking and screaming and covered in somebody elses blood...

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          • #6
            Hi



            I am sorry to hear that, Get it repaired or amended and ensure to install securuty cameras from the house facing your car to capture those who are responsiible.



            Good luck and all the best mate.

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