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    How to Remove Trail Rash: Getting the Scratches Out!

    Trail rash comes from off-roading through tight brush or trees—here’s how to get rid of it.

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    I think I am going to have to look into this. We get pretty scratched up here in the great white north.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Xkid View Post
    I think I am going to have to look into this. We get pretty scratched up here in the great white north.


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    Use 3M Dark Foam Pad Glaze and a buffer at 2,000 RPM Watch your corners and take your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Use 3M Dark Foam Pad Glaze and a buffer at 2,000 RPM Watch your corners and take your time.
    Thanks for the tip


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Use 3M Dark Foam Pad Glaze and a buffer at 2,000 RPM Watch your corners and take your time.
    Any issues with the buffer creating swirls in the paint?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pthorpe84 View Post
    Any issues with the buffer creating swirls in the paint?


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    If you have good paint and do not over heat an area, no. Foam pad glaze is the easiest of all items to use. If you have a poor re-paint, you can do damage easier. I have showed 30-35 people how to buff like this and never had an issue. I have buffed out 100's of cars and only had an issue with one.... Go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    If you have good paint and do not over heat an area, no. Foam pad glaze is the easiest of all items to use. If you have a poor re-paint, you can do damage easier. I have showed 30-35 people how to buff like this and never had an issue. I have buffed out 100's of cars and only had an issue with one.... Go figure.

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    Thanks. Might be something the Wrenches and Rides folks have a video for....

    On another note....I want to see that $200k raptor the author speaks about


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pthorpe84 View Post
    Thanks. Might be something the Wrenches and Rides folks have a video for....

    On another note....I want to see that $200k raptor the author speaks about


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    Chemical guys do great videos on it. Look up the Milwaukee M 18 polisher on Workshop Addict.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    Chemical guys do great videos on it. Look up the Milwaukee M 18 polisher on Workshop Addict.

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    Gotcha. Will do it now. God knows I got plenty of scratches.


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