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    hi ive just bought a e46 and the swirls marks are every where and has got a slight dent in the wing and a light scratch on door not down to metal. whats the best way to fix plse.ive been told by a sprayer to buy a pen brush touch up the dent and scratch. then wet and dry the full car then g6 or g3 the car then polish and wax any advice plse thank you
     
     

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    search for dent devils or fix a chip etc. They can remove the dent and repair the scratch. Usually pretty cheap too
     
     

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    it depends on how bad the dent is, it might need to be pulled and filled, in some cases you can pull the dent without filler, there are little suction pad things that you can buy to pop little dents out, if you get a picture i can advise further on it, also dont wet and dry the whole car first, try getting a buffer on it and then see how it comes out
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    thanks for reply whats best way get rid ov swirls
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamazoo View Post
    thanks for reply whats best way get rid ov swirls
    A machine polish using various abrasive polishes, not really possible by hand if it's as bad as your description, wet flattening would also be a last resort and you would need to check the depth of clearcoat with a PTG, wouldn't recommend doing so without one.
     
     

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    I have successfully removed dents with Canned air (for cleaning computer keyboards etc.) and a hairdryer :-)

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