Junkman's, The Mother of All "How to Fix Your Paint for Novices" Thread!

HobokenViper

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Quick update: had my trusted local auto body shop repair the carbon fiber dash parts and bring them to the appearance they should have originally been shipped to me in the first place. They did an amazing job, and I couldn't be happier. The guy who sold it to me did an absolutely horrible job on the clear coat in comparison with bumps, scratches, and divets everywhere. Now I just have to take care of it as if it was the paint on the body of the car. Thx for the advice.
 
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Now don't make the mistake of putting all kinds of **** dressings on it. Wipe it down with soap and water to keep it clean and only apply a very light wax on it to protect it from fading. If your car is garaged, you will NOT need to wax it often. Twice a year at the most. The more wax you use, the more wax build up you will have and eventually, your dash will begin to look like ****.
 

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