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How to Remove a Scratch in Car Paint - For Beginners! Video Mp3 indir

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  • Published on Sep 23, 2016

  • Looking to sell your car but a few small scratches are preventing you from getting top dollar? Or maybe, a close encounter with a shopping cart or city driving has left a few scars on your road warrior. No matter how they get there, scratches in your paint can be an eyesore so many of you have been asking me for a simple way to get rid of them that's inexpensive and suitable for a beginner. I scoured the auto parts stores to find the easiest kit possible so let's see if it passes the test! Hosted by: Rachel De Barros ---------- Looking for more Gearhead Diva on the internet? ---------- Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/gearheaddiva Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gearheaddiva Tumblr: http://gearheaddiva.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/gearheaddiva

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  • etc205
    etc205 2 years ago

    Holy crap, did you actually sand that paint dry? Never dry sand, you should always wet sand!

  • David Plass
    David Plass 3 years ago

    Ach, don't put the buffers on the ground - they'll pick up dirt/grit!

  • yelorsirhc
    yelorsirhc 1 year ago

    "a technique I like to use is..."

  • Brisys Consulting
    Brisys Consulting 1 year ago

    I'm sure others commented by now but blurring the license plate just once then not blurring it other times is kind of pointless, no? LOL

  • Mr.Mister
    Mr.Mister 2 years ago

    Virtual viewers? Pretty sure we are real people.

  • Byron C
    Byron C 3 days ago

    Wtf people! Why are people criticizing her in her buffing skills. I think she did fantastic job regardless of her techniques. It was her first time, so give her a break. Very good job and well done.

  • Jucius Maximus
    Jucius Maximus 1 week ago (edited)

    Buffing pads on the ground. Dry sanding. No sanding block. Using a drill without tying hair back. "This is my first time trying this... A technique I like to use..." Fail.

  • Karl Reynolds
    Karl Reynolds 1 week ago

    I really cringed watching you use a drill with all that long black hair of yours waving in the wind. You should ALWAYS tie back long hair anytime you are around power tools (that includes battery operated ones). You can actually rip your hair right out of the scalp if it catches the tool while it is in motion.

  • Wipsplash
    Wipsplash 2 years ago

    I glue driveway gravel to my floor buffer and buff my SUV in 7 seconds flat. It also exfoliates quite well.

  • Gary G
    Gary G 1 month ago

    I died when the pads were put on the ground......came back to life and died again when the paint was dry sanded......

  • Sujith K
    Sujith K 7 months ago

    Nice. Can we do a video on a car that has too many deep scratches. May be a neglected junkyard car?

  • Manuel Huicochea
    Manuel Huicochea 2 years ago

    please use a little more speed, less pressure

  • H E Associates
    H E Associates 2 years ago

    bob ross...happy cloud i like it.

  • Ernie Keto Fit
    Ernie Keto Fit 2 weeks ago

    Wet sand!!!!!!! Omg why are you using your fingers and not a block or a sponge.

  • Farina Marcini
    Farina Marcini 3 months ago (edited)

    Saw a lady drying a lambo using a rock hard dry chamois leather, had to look away

  • OCMetals
    OCMetals 4 months ago

    Cringe as hell but A for effort.

  • Keith Cooper
    Keith Cooper 3 months ago

    You did a good job at the start and finish of the video to block your tag, but at the

  • priyanka chaudhary
    priyanka chaudhary 1 year ago

    Lovely demo , Valuable money saving DIY technique ...Thankz 4 d Vid.

  • Rhonda Allen
    Rhonda Allen 11 months ago

    Very helpful video. Clearly explained. Technique works. 😀

  • Mike Manfredo
    Mike Manfredo 2 months ago

    Still showed your license plate. Despite blocking it a couple of times