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karlenest170
Hi,

I purchased my ford focus ST170 in December and I have noticed that there is alot of scratches and stone chips. I really want to get the car back to a better condition. The car is in panther black. Would it be worth re-spraying? T-cut e.t.c doesnt even touch the scratches e.t.c

Thanks

K :)
Dharmz
[quote name='karlenest170' post='20893' date='Apr 19 2009, 07:59 PM']Hi,

I purchased my ford focus ST170 in December and I have noticed that there is alot of scratches and stone chips. I really want to get the car back to a better condition. The car is in panther black. Would it be worth re-spraying? T-cut e.t.c doesnt even touch the scratches e.t.c

Thanks

K :)[/quote]


I was thinking about doing the same on my 1.6 MK1 Focus, i have been looking around and asking prices from recommended body shops and they start around the 1200 mark :o

now im thinking of checking out the scratch repair service at halfords but no1 i know has been to them...

another idea i had was to use a scratch repair kit and then T-cut it smooth
shade
for a decent respray your looking 1200-2000, just get the car machine polished it will remove most if not all scratches, and as for stone chips maybe enquire about a smart repair??


hope this helps
vinnyvangough
Have you ever thought of doing a full vinyl wrap?

JDM Graphix now do vinyl wraps and prices start from 250.
KAsammy
HALFRAUDS are ridiculous my bf took his car there to get a few quotes for some scratches and other bits and they do it by a chart that they place above or to the side of the dent or scratch the prices are exstorsionate!!! your better off going to a proper garage not Halfrauds the name says it all im afraid lol hope you do find someone that can do it!! :rolleyes:
wellzy
have you tried a product called scratch-x it's in a squezzy black bottle and it takes off light scratchs and dulls heavy scratches.
greenymk7
for about 300 you get a professional detailer who mite be able to take them out with a rotary polisher.

well worth looking into


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