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Product for removing swirl & light scratches
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Posted 5/8/2006 12:50 PM
phoenix44

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Product for removing swirl & light scratches

This product NOVUS #2 was recomended to me by my Porsche Body shop. They are one of the best in Canada, and this stuff works really, really well! It was designed to remove scratches from plastics, but also acrylic paints, fiberglass etc.

If you need to find it in the U.S. (where it is made) their tel # is 800-548-6872.

It does an awsome job with a random orbital polisher!!
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Posted 5/8/2006 9:46 PM
jdc1244

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Thanks!

I found it here for sale online.

http://www.denniskirk.com/jsp/search/search.jsp?resultType=results&...

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Posted 5/9/2006 2:55 PM
ttaleric

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Awesome!! Time to make my old paint look good again! (the sides of my truck have tons of swirl marks)
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Posted 5/9/2006 3:15 PM
phoenix44

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Re: Product for removing swirl & light scratches

ttaleric - 5/9/2006 2:55 PM

Awesome!! Time to make my old paint look good again! (the sides of my truck have tons of swirl marks)


Hey Joe,

If they are really noticeable, you may want to start with Novus #1 and then move to Novus #2, The stuff is really cheap, about $7.U.S. for 8oz. I guess that it does not fall into the high price trap, as it is not targeted towards car buffs (pun intended)

The other great thing is that with a power buffer to work it in and a couple of terry cloth towels, it is really easy to work with and remove.

I know from a previous site, there was a comparison of waxes, and Zymol did not fair so well, but I like it, and I use it on my 928, also black, and it works great for me. I use Zymol Concours, if anyone is interested.
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