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Old 06-17-2013, 07:25 AM   #1
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Has anyone used this product and have any reviews or pics? I have a couple of small chips that need addressing. I think I loose a day off my life every time I see them. Thanks in advance.
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I felt the same. I purchased the kit for my black stang after i got a nasty rock chip on my door and was pretty pissed. Well kit came in and i applied it and smudged it and let it sit for 15 minutes then used the solution to get the excess off. I did this about 4 times to get it as level as possible and i must say i am satisfied. It takes me a minute to find it now. I just polished and waxed her yesterday with my porter cable and it didnt come off so it stuck very well. I will take pictures and post tomorrow. Just remember this will not make it invisible, but it does a good job of hiding it and i am satisified.
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I use this too. I've only had one little bad place on the hood and it worked perfect. I can't find the chip now.
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Right on. I think I may try this next month when I get back to the states.
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