Yep I work for the french mate, my job is varied, carry out searches on people, cars, trailers, units drug and alcohol tests, book vehicles in an out deal with visitors and shed load of other stuff, it's not a normal security job where you just stand there doing nothing it's quite a skilled job which luckily for me pays very well, I pick up pretty much double what a normal security job pays
I wouldn't use t cut, that stuff does have its uses but only on really oxidised paint, not to be used on a monthly basis otherwise you won't have any paint left, maybe some autoglym super resin polish may do the trick mate, I've got about a quarter bottle left if you want to try some, I'll send it to you for free
Would not bother mate, get an applicator pad and work the polish or glaze in circular motions around and on the scratch, you should dramatically reduce the visibility of the scratch, shame your so far away I would have popped round and given you a hand sorting it out
Perhaps one of these is the answer to my question then!
The better the prep the longer the sealant will last, I personally wash with a strong shampoo, use iron x, clay the car, 2 stage polish with my rotary with menzerna polishes and the paint is not in bad nick, then ipa wipe then sealant, works well every time for me
Used supermarket fuels when I first started driving and didnt have any problems until one day I used a dodgy batch of fuel, cant for the life of remember which one it was though, possibly sainsburys, anyhow used shell and BP from then on and never had any issues touch wood, have recently tried asda fuel for a couple of months before I traded in my Qashqai didnt like it very much, car didnt drive right, couldnt put my finger on it but popped a couple of tanks of BP in it after and seemed to clear up
Ok some money spent at Ford today, got to wait until Friday for the parts though, got some assorted bolts etc for stuff that needs replacing mainly in the engine bay and some clips for the arches etc and a new set of locking wheel nuts, the old ones are looking a bit past it and need replacing otherwise one day the locking key will split and will have a job getting them off, I appears the locking bolts have been put on with a air gun and are out of shape