|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 1.5 x 2.5 inches|
|Item model number||00070-US|
|Manufacturer Part Number||00070-US|
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Quixx 00070-US Paint Scratch Remover Kit
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- Permanently removes scratches, small marks and scuff marks - Will not reappear over time
- Suitable for all gloss paints and colors (including metallic)
- Quick and simple 2-step process
- Will not damage vehicle's finish
- All Inclusive Kit: Repair Polish (.88 oz.), Finish Polish (.88 oz.), 2500 Grit Sandpaper (4ea) and Polishing Cloths (2ea)
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Quixx Paint Scratch Remover is the most effective way to remove scratches from the painted surfaces of a car. The product is a simple two-step repair system that works easily to permanently remove scratches from a car’s painted surface. In the first step, a patented compound works with the paint material surrounding the scratch to permanently remove the scratch from the surface. The second step restores the finish to its original shine.
Imagine using a scratch remover on a car that actually repairs and completely removes the scratch, rather than just cover it up only to have it reappear after a few car washes. Quixx Paint Scratch Remover is a unique repair system that through a German engineered process called Plastic Deformation, effectively removes scratches from all paint finishes quickly, safely and permanently. Engineered and produced in Germany.
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I have rather deep key mark (show primer) and a few fine scratch on my new blue car. As it said on the directions if you have deep scratch you need to get the match paint for it. so we went over to Wal mart and get one of those 5 dollar repair paint that come with a small brush and ball pen in same bottle (they come in several known brand and color such as TOYOTA , FORD, GM, etc;) I also saw the same products at Kregen too.
First i wipe clean the surface with wet cloth and then very lightly wet sand to smooth it up with the sand paper provided it in the kit then wipe clean, The sand paper is 3000 grid which is very fine and did a good job for it's purpose. I like it much better than the 2000 grid one they sell at automotive store. Only if they give you more than just a few strips i will be alot happier.
Then I use the brush side to paint on the bigger scratch area and use the ball pen for finer line. Let dry for few hours. And to make sure i really fill those scratch well I re apply the paint and let dry.
After the paint completely dry use wet sand to very gently sand the excess paint off ( this part scared me the most because they said it very clear not to expose the primer, So take your time and be very gentle). When you are done with sanding the scratch should feel very smooth to the touch. It still look very visible but after i use cream no. 1 (buff hard) it look better so i decided to do it again twice. After 3 applications of cream no.1 and finished it with cream no.2 the scratch almost disappear. I still can see it a little but i know where to look for it.Read more ›
I am the type of person who follows the directions when given something new so I tried Quixx according to the directions on a 3 inch key scratch. I have metallic paint and the scratch looked white, definitely visible, before treatment. I applied Quixx and began rubbing it in to the scratch mark. After one minute I was very disappointed, it didn't look like anything was happening. I kept rubbing, hoping for the best, when all of a sudden the scratch began to disappear. I kept rubbing and finally it disappeared. I was amazed, I couldn't even see where the scratch was. This happened on my passenger door.
After this, I proceeded to a near identical scratch on the same side of the car just over the wheel well. Highly visible white scratch I could feel with my fingernail, just like the previous one. I followed the exact same directions and method I had just used. I rubbed, and rubbed, and rubbed. Nothing. Only slightly less prominent than before, but it did not vanish like the other one. I simply don't understand it.
This happened again on my hood. I had some scratches that were completely removed when I treated the hood and others that remained unaffected, even in areas where it was apparent that scratches were from the same source in the same area (tree branch or something). It's like half of the scratches took it and the others didn't. I did have some matted areas on my hood and Quixx fixed those spots just fine.
So, I will try Quixx again today on other parts of my car to see if I get similar results.
In spite of the inconsistent results, I am happy with the purchase. Just eliminating that one key mark on my door was worth the $14-15, not to mention the other scratches that were removed and/or lessened.
I had just replaced a dented and scratched fender with a brand new fender from the factory and you guessed it...I scratched the new fender during installation.
Using Quixx I worked real slow and deliberate following the instructions to the letter. First used Polish 1 then Finish 2. It took 3 passes with Polish 1 then Finish 2 to remove the scratches and I gained confidence with applying elbow grease pressure with each pass. Each pass received greater pressure until I achieved the results I was expecting. I have to use a magnifying glass under direct sunlight to find where the scratches used to be...and this is on black paint with clear coat. (Scratches on black paint are the most difficult to make disappear.)
Ignore the reviews where people rated this product 3, 2, or 1 stars. Their low ratings are a disconnect in their expectation of how this product should perform or their perception of the severity of their scratch. They have perceived they have a "light scratch" but in reality they have a pretty deep gouge that probably needs to be sanded an painted.
Quixx has a web site that describes the types and depths of scratches you can treat, how to use their product, and what to expect as results. Their flash demos and video on using the product are very informative.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a real paint scratch remover, my car had a big chewing gum patch all over the left side whihc i removed using a utensil scrubber that left pretty bad scratch marks on... Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Rohit
This product is like gold. Took a very scratched fairing on my motorcycle and made it look new again! Would buy for 5x the price.Published 7 days ago by Jake
This product no worked like I saw at video. Was trash for me.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer
Did not even remove the smallest scratches completely, and on the slightly bigger scratches it did absolutely nothing. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Jana