In this video I am going to go over whether you can remove scratches from your car, using toothpaste and a microfiber towel or a scotch brite pad. There are alot of hacks out there regarding scratch repair, WD40, baking soda and this latest one toothpaste. Some of them might sound too good to be true so what I’ll be doing is putting them for you guys to the test in my videos.
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Here are some other video’s you may find interesting:
How to Remove Scratches from Your Car: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a0gn6We5E40&list=PLaRuYYPxjXI0jYx_x10bXagUgmKXi7bSI&index=4
How manually remove scratches with Turtle Wax Scratch repair kit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0oEffJ5Gx4&list=PLaRuYYPxjXI0jYx_x10bXagUgmKXi7bSI&index=3
Can You Really Hotwire a Car: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QizuIXCAN4&list=PLaRuYYPxjXI2phrxwaDfgykxs3UvigUAg&index=2
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