Detailing Question from James Finlay

Submitted on 18/08/2011

The racing green paintwork on my car looks like it is stained on most panels, run marks lighter than the paint. I have tried T Cut on a small panel but it had no effect it seems to have many coats of wax. how can I remove the wax safely, or are the stains likely to be difficult to remove. It seems as if they were left after a poor car wash job. Is there any one near Cumbria that could help / advise Model: Range Rover P38 4.6 HSE

James

Pictures would help. But ill do my best. My best guess s that the detergent was a bit too strong. I fact it maybe that it dried on the car making it even more concentrated.

Depending on what was in the detergent and the extent of the damage, will depend on what we could do. My guess is that it would need to be done with a buffing machine.

Have a look at the how to get the best from the autotrader article which will help you find a good car valeting company. Theres a link at the bottom of this page. You want one who uses a buffing machine. You may find you need to take it to a company, as its not very practical to do it in the street. 

Good Luck

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