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Paul Martin Forrest

Rough Price To Respray Bonnet

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My bonnet on my 1.8 2003 Focus is covered in scratches, was like that when i bought it a few weeks ago. I have tried tcut / scratch remover / MER polish etc but they keep coming back. Is there anything else I can do ? Or if not then roughly how much would it cost to get the bonnet resprayed at a garage ? It is Panther black.

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Depending on the body shop £300-600 for a bonnett

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Depending on the body shop £300-600 for a bonnett

Oh bugger - looks like I am getting more tcut scratch remover then :(

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For deep scratches youll waste the money buy some turtlewax polish with the chipstick it will cover most of the scratches easily as said it depends on the shop £200 may be possible it depends on what they say to do it right a shop would remove tge bonnet sand down smooth reprime paint laquer and refit a cheap one will spray it on the car buff it up and respray a too coat and laquer modern paints too soft so it will scratch up again quite quickly

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A few places local to me, £150 for a bonnet respray

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if the scratches are not deep then see if you can find a detailer to machine polish them out. look on detailing world to see if someone is close by or google them. a full car is approx £400-600 so a bonnet should be less.

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