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Another scratch in your car? What a drag. But, get this: using just a few of these ordinary household items could help you get the scratches out, make your car look new, and help you avoid paying for pricey repairs at the auto body shop. Here’s what you need and how to do it:
1. Mr Clean Magic Eraser
You already know about using the Mr Clean Magic Eraser on walls, surfaces, bathrooms and kitchens, but it’s micro-scrubbing technology also works on cars. Add a little water and then use the Magic Eraser to get rid of dirt and scuff marks on car doors, tires, bumpers and more.
2. WD-40 Multi-Purpose Lubricant
WD-40 Multi-Purpose Lubricant doesn’t just relieve squeaky hinges. It can also help remove scratches on your car. Simply spray a healthy amount on and wipe it firmly with a clean towel until you start to see the scratch fade.
3. Colgate Tooth Paste
This is no joke. Grab a tube of toothpaste and you can erase small scratches on your car’s paint job. The paste works to gently sand down the uneven surface and fill in the crack.
4. Excoup Car Scratch Repair Cloth
The Excoup Car Scratch Repair Cloth is specifically designed to remove light paint scuffs and scratches from your vehicle. It’s safe and fast at restoring the smoothness, gloss and brilliance of the paint. Try dabbing a bit of white vinegar on it before applying to the vehicle, to help get out any stains.
5. Turtle Wax Polishing & Scratch Kit
You don’t have to win on a game show to get yourself the Turtle Wax Polishing & Scratch Kit. This 6-piece kit contains two solutions to remove light and heavy imperfections.
6. Glass Polishing Kit Windshield Repair
Cars can get scratches and scuffs from wiper blades on the windshield. But, this Glass Polishing and Windshield Repair Kit polishes those marks away and removes water damage to leave your glass crystal clear.