Keyed Car

Feb 09, 2013 @ 19:31



Someone keyed my car, what are the best methods to get rid of them? Would something like this be legit?
Feb 10, 2013 @ 05:07
Feb 10, 2013 @ 15:28

narsha.narsha.narsha

Mar 04, 2013 @ 00:24
Well, touch up paint can only go so far. If it's the fender/door, just get it re-sprayed. If it's the quarter panel, you're SOL. 
Mar 04, 2013 @ 19:06
If it's not through the clear coat you can polish it out
Mar 05, 2013 @ 04:27
Wet sand, touch up paint, clear coat, sand again, polish.
Mar 05, 2013 @ 05:59
Mar 05, 2013 @ 15:45
peace to the dude with the katamari avatar ^
Apr 15, 2013 @ 05:12
Stab the motherfucker that did it

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Apr 19, 2013 @ 08:43
how well does this actually works? 
Apr 20, 2013 @ 02:28
gonna depend on how deep the scratch is...

Never seen it before or heard of it, but I'd guess it works ok for light stuff, and for medium shit, you're gonna have to put a lot of fucking work into hand polishing.

 (A rotary polisher will go around 1000+ rpms for medium scratches)
Apr 27, 2013 @ 22:38
live with it...
Apr 27, 2013 @ 22:38
Originally posted by Inactive User
live with it...
or rather, get it removed...
Apr 27, 2013 @ 22:39
Originally posted by Inactive User
Originally posted by Inactive User
live with it...
or rather, get it removed...
or, you're choie...
Apr 27, 2013 @ 22:39
Originally posted by Inactive User
Originally posted by Inactive User
or rather, get it removed...
or, you're choie...
you can actially do one, or the other blushing
Sep 16, 2013 @ 07:11
Getting your car keyed can be one of the worst possible disasters for the car. Some people do it out of jealousy, some do it for fun. The video provides good information on cleaning the mess up (although with a heavy heart). I have removed (almost) quite a handful of scratches, including some keyed ones by myself on weekends. Some good quality rubbing compound, polish and wax are efficient tools to get minor scratches done.
Parts and Accessories
Dec 09, 2013 @ 09:01
^ agreed, 

deep keys most defs will need a respray
Dec 11, 2013 @ 22:23
Depends on how deep it is.  If the key is spread across multiple panels, just save yourself the time and energy in an attempt to fix it yourself and get it resprayed.
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