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Old 08-23-2011, 12:43 AM
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Does anyone have any recommendations on what to do/use?
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Re: Oxidized paint help

repaint.
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Re: Oxidized paint help

looks like you need more then new paint
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Re: Oxidized paint help

we had a red honda crv come into tech that had doors and panels that looked like that. Take it to a shop and have them professionally buff it. We buffed the whole car and the paint looked like new, took all the oxidation off.
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Re: Oxidized paint help

The QP might be able to be buffed, but the roof is screwed. May as well just repaint the whole car since that door needs to be replaced anyways
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Re: Oxidized paint help

Yeah, thanks guys will probably just repaint the entire thing I don't really like the red anyway. How much did that cost NewLude? But yes about a week ago I was "t-boned" and long story short insurance isn't going to cover it. 3 grand to get her fixed, but it's a lot better off then just scrapping it because of cosmetic issues.
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