Hey paul, which car did you get ????
I normally use turtle wax black car polish and a high speed buffer after the first coat and that tends to get most of my inperfections out.
But saying that my car is a 2002 so there aren't too many inpresfections. I would say try giving the car a real good polish or have some one do it professionally, and if that doesnt work well you can always slap on a fresh coat of paint http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
Hope that helps.
hey Dean...I have had this car for many years...just use it as a 2nd car when I don't want to put miles on the VW...don't kill me here...yes, it's a 100% stock Honda Civic EX...black...automatic...total granny car...LOL...but, it has been a good car
just wanted to see if there was a way to get the paint looking better...gonna sell the car...mechanically, the car is perfect (and I do mean practically perfect)...even visually, it isn't bad...just noticeable when you get close up
I'm not a civic hater (as long as its done tastefully) so I got no problems with civics, they are reliable and decent cars.
Good luck with selling it paul, try the black wax from turtlewax that may help. If not just have a bodyshop fresh up the paint job. It will definately stabilize the re-sale value http://****************.com/smile/emthup.gif
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