turbomangt, I need help!!!!! Repaint hood, trunk...on 2002 Seville STS???? Buff out??
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    turbomangt, I need help!!!!! Repaint hood, trunk...on 2002 Seville STS???? Buff out??

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    Re: turbomangt, I need help!!!!! Repaint hood, trunk...on 2002 Seville STS???? Buff out??

    Don, from the pic you posted it looks like oxidation, people think only single stage paint can get oxidized but this is not true, clear coat can also. the simple solution to start out rather that painting, is to try a pro detailer near you, I would try a DA first with a compound and see how that works, chances are I would switch to the high speed, to cut away the "dead" layer that is oxidized, then follow up with some polish then seal. I think you might be suprised on the results, sure as heck a better way to go than painting, even if it is not perfect, I bet it would be a 80% improvement, Gary

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