A Repair Tip For Minor Car Scratches
April 30, 2018 8:42pm CST
When parking my car recently I scratched the bottom of the front fender on the curbing of the space I was driving into. I was pretty annoyed because it was those curbing blocks which can throw off your judgement . Not only that, I had just purchased this brand new car and it had fewer than 1,000 miles on the odometer. And it's important not to neglect repairing scratches as it can lead to rust over time. Then I found a great repair tip from Geico Now magazine suggesting using nail polish to paint over the scratches. So I bought a color to match my car and tried it out, and like a band aid covering a wound the polish worked really well. If not for this article I never would have imagined buying nail polish for myself. Yes, nail polish not just for nails anymore! And much cheaper than buying touch up paint at Pep Boys, Have you ever heard of an inexpensive method like this one to cover up a scratch or mark? Photo- YouTube.com
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I haven't heard that but it makes sense..if the scratch is small enough..My car has been an awesome car..but it is built like a tin can..one side looks awful from a very minor incident..Even though it still runs fairly decently..I would be quite happy if I could replace it this year!