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NuFinish - Scratch Doctor

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Does this stuff work?

I have three problems on my car that need help. Really I just want to get rid of the other paint that is on the car (greenish blue, red, and different white in the third picture). I might have to remove my pinstripes since when the red mark happened it took part of the pinstripe off too. I know most of you hate the pinstripes anyway, but I've always liked them.

Anyway, anyone use this NuFinish before? If not, other suggestions?

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I'd be skeptical. Have you tried claybaring it? That might help more than nufinish. Or, you could stop running into ****, that'd probably work better :D
So, not waxing the car doesn't bother you, but 3 little smudges do?
+1 To that. If you're not gonna make it look pretty, why bother cleaning it up? lol
You go to anywhere, parts store, walmart. go to the section where they have car wash and wax. and buy a clay bar. it should come with detailer, if not, buy a spray bottle of it. wash your car. spray the area down with the detailer, and rub the clay bar over it. viola.
Sorry to go off topic here. Since the master detailer is answering questions though, what's the best thing to use to clean our headliners? Mine is disgusting.
Dude, wtf are you doing to make your headliner dirty? I know you're not tall enough for your greasy *** polish hair to be on it (wait, confusing you with Pete here).

dont waste your money on that detailer spray crap. buy the clay bar, wash the car really good. rinse off. and use FRESH soapy water with the clay bar on the scuffs. no need to spend the extra 5.00 or so on the detailer spray. soapy water will work just as good and save you some coin.

just walk into any auto parts store, and go to the detailing isle. look for a package that says clay bar. grab the mild one, there are 3-4 different types. from light to heavy.
The only reason why I said the detailer, is from what I've seen, a lot of them come in the box together. The thing about the detailer though, is if you're working when it's hot out, you don't stand the risk of a few runaway suds drying on the paint. That is all.
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