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Old 07-05-2013, 03:12 AM   #1
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Got this carbon wing with my car. as i was cleaning it i noticed this mark. washed and waxed it to no avail. will I have to get the whole thing re-done? if so, who does this?
Am looking at purchasing some serious detailing kit which may include a rotary buffer/polisher. will this get it out or do all the lacquer layers need replacing?



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Its hard to tell from pictures, is it a smooth on the surface or pitted?
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Its hard to tell from pictures, is it a smooth on the surface or pitted?
it's a rough surface where the marks are
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Hi ok if its a rough surface a mop machine may help and reduce/remove the marks, if you know anyone who has a mop that may be able to help and give it a try in a small area first, as its hard to tell without seeing it in person,
sorry cant help more,
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Hi ok if its a rough surface a mop machine may help and reduce/remove the marks, if you know anyone who has a mop that may be able to help and give it a try in a small area first, as its hard to tell without seeing it in person,
sorry cant help more,
do you mean something like this
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2612030716...84.m1423.l2649
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