There is nothing worse than an ugly scratch on your beautiful vehicle! Car scratch repair at a body shop can cost hundreds of dollars. But you can do-it-yourself for a fraction of the cost.
The best car scratch removal product I've found is the Ultimate Car Scratch Remover.
If you have tried As-Seen-On-TV car paint scratch removers, you probably discovered they only hide the damage. After a few car washes, those ugly scratches came back to life. Why? I found out the hard way that those products only temporarily fill the scratch—they don't remove it.
I have a box full of scratch remover products that didn't work. But I have been able to permanently remove scratches from my own vehicles using the Ultimate Car Scratch Remover (CSR). That's why I recommend it to my customers. (I don't recommend something that I don't use myself.)
What Types of Car Scratches are Repairable?
Generally, if you rub your fingernail across the scratch and it does not "catch" you can repair it with CSR.
To see how it works, watch this video to see my friend, Karl (the inventor of CSR), damage the clearcoat on a BMW M3 with a ScotchBrite pad, then remove all the scratches.
You can repair all kinds of scratches with this stuff:
- Car key scratches
- Fingernail scratches
- Tree branch scratches
- Car wash brush swirls
- Scuff marks and paint rubs
- Mysterious scratches
This is a professional-quality scratch removal system...not a cheap over-the-counter scratch filler.
First, you micro-sand to remove the scratch and blend it in with the surrounding area. Then, you finalize the repair with the micro-polishing process that adds a hard protective coating and brings out the shine. The protective coating on the repaired area even resists new scratches.
What amazes me is that the repair is permanent. The scratch will not reappear after a few weeks or a few car washes like it does when you use one of those scratch filler pens.
And here is a tip: you can even remove minor scratches on your headlights with it! Karl has some videos on his site about using CSR to polish your headlights.
Cheaper than an Auto Body Shop
Doing your own car scratch repair saves you a lot of money. Body shops often charge hundreds of dollars to remove a scratch. You will save, on average, $200 - $600 over having a body shop repaint the entire panel.