Sorry guys had to vent somewhere, tonight the skyline got keyed on the drivers side while it was parked on little collins street. Some jealous prick decided to put a huge key line starting from the rear 3/4 panel to the end of the drivers door.
Needless to say i'm pissed and serves as a warning to anyone having done up cars - leave it somewhere safe or leave it at home.
I'm hoping it can just buff out using a claybar and cut n polish, will have to see
Ah damn, I reckon something like this will happen to everyone at least once in there lifetime, just toooo many pricks out there. Sorry to hear bout that dude, hope it buffs out, or just get a whiteboard maker
Thanks for the comments guys, cant understand why someone would do this - if i ever saw someone keying someone elses car there wouldnt just be a key mark on the car, there'd be a dint where the guy's head hit the paintwork!
Anyway spent 3 hours today with the old cut and polish and although it's heaps better, it's cut into the undercoat so looks like a panel beater job :(
try this link www.ppc.au.com and the product your looking for is their clearcoat called Glisten PC it's a dam near indestructable clearcoat that is compattable with all types of paints! (yes even enamel) and its rrp is $90 for 1ltr that does 12-14 sqmtrs!!!!!!
got it on my new project and just finished doing the neighbours tojo 4x4 so he dont get no scatches down the sides whist off roading in the bush!
Anyway have agood look at it try some and you'll NEVER go back to standard clearcoats even on solid colors it's a godsent!
hope it helps ya out
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