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I did this car during the winter and the owner brought it back for a maintenance detail.

Paint correction was performed only on part of the hood and the entire trunk section.

Section taped off for spot correction. While in service it looks like paper towel was used to remove a smudge, thankfully I think they got the smudge out :applause:

Before M105 and 106FA



After



Closeup with no extra lighting before



After



The last time I did this car it had wing, the owner since then bought a wingless trunk and it had never been corrected.

Some of the damage ...

Adhesive residue and etching



Scracthes



Used 3M adhesive remover to try to get rid of the old adhesive, most of which was too baked to come off





Onto correction







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Used M105, Powerfinish and 106FA for correction with both rotary and DA machines
 

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sick work....your writeups always bring a smile to my face hahaha.

how do i get rid of water etching? i got some on my black bimmer. i hate black cars haha.
 

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sick work....your writeups always bring a smile to my face hahaha.

how do i get rid of water etching? i got some on my black bimmer. i hate black cars haha.
Try vinegar on a mf towel. If that doesn't work, you're going to have to polish.
 
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