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Posted By: Tony Perrone Moderator Zone Diplomat
Posted On: Monday September 14, 2020 at 10:25 AM
 
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William, Chris, above, gives a great account for both problems! For...
...what you describe, if truly 'minor' paint rash, some relief may be seen with various polish compounds. I have used a tube of Flitz Polish (metal, plastic & fiberglass polish) with good results.

A thorough polish of the surface of the affected paint, without cutting through all layers is necessary, followed by a complete removal with a micro-fiber cloth. I then apply Renaissance Wax over the car model, also buffed with a clean micro-fiber cloth for good results.

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Paint Rash by William Vreeland #57244
William, the short answer is: Paint Rash = Yes. Diecast Cancer = No. A longer answer.... by Christopher Moroni #57244.1
William, Chris, above, gives a great account for both problems! For... by Tony Perrone #57244.2ModeratorZone Diplomat
Paint Rash by William Vreeland #57244.2.1
You're very welcome. Glad your issue is minor. (EOM) by Christopher Moroni #57244.2.1.1
There are several videos on YouTube on removing minor paint rash,i on the other hand had to resort by Laurence Kemling #57244.3
Paint Rash by William Vreeland #57244.3.1




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