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    Right i woke up this morning and my car has a huge scratch on it from where my dickhead neighbor has keyed it during the night quite badly as its right down to the primer. Does anyone know a decent scratch repair kit or a way I will be able to get rid of it. Any help will be greatly appreciated, thanks

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    You should be asking for a decent alibi imo

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    My suggestion is to bake him a cake full of cyanide and Viagra and then tape a picture of Bruce Willis to his front door.

    True and proper Die Hard.

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    All you can do with that is touch it up or have the side repainted.

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    If you know your neighbours done it then why not contact the police?

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    When i source a 996 911 turbo if the paintwork is perfect then I'll have the scratch proof lacquer applied

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    If its down to the primer I think you'll struggle tbh. You can try to make it less obvious by using a warm chip stick (one of those stick of wax things) and feckload of elbow grease

    In the meantime, have a poo through his letterbox

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    A bloke I know who works in a body shop told me to buy a touch up pen from the likes of halfords when i found quite a deep scratch bang in the middle of the door on my golf. he said to go over the scratch with the touch up then 2000 wet flat the excess off so the remaining paint is left in the scratch and machine polish the panel back up it wouldn't be perfect but certainly take your eye off it. I never tried it tho will get round to it 1 day.
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