Fix scratches on car. Learn how to remove car scratches at home with these 5 easy steps and no special tools! After watching this video you will know how to identify and repair clear coat scratches from your car's paint so it looks new again!

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Comments

    • tuffan hutson
      tuffan hutson

      Thank you so much for this video. I was wondering how to remove scratches from my 🚗.???

      about 11 hours ago
    • Maryland
      Maryland

      Chris will the haze effect reappear when you wash the car? If you are going to do a DIY video like this; also include the going to the car wash part.

      about 14 hours ago
    • Barbara G
      Barbara G

      Will this really repair it or just cover it? What happens if then I take the car to the carwash?

      about 15 hours ago
    • Agnes Villarruz
      Agnes Villarruz

      4:06 says we’re not trying to create scratches
      3:42 creates scratch
      LMAO 😂😂😂😂

      about 21 hour ago
    • simonisable
      simonisable

      I was scared to do this to be honest as I didn't want to end up needing a lot of work by a pro to fix my efforts. I followed the steps apart from I chose to begin with 5000 grit and it worked. I know I shouldn't be surprised but there's a lot of crap on YouTube, this should be a 'YouTube Pick' to stop people searching for other videos showing you what to do.

      about 1 day ago
    • Conscious
      Conscious In reply to simonisable

      simonisable ty very encouraging

      about 9 hours ago
    • Steven
      Steven

      Great video, but is this truly a permanent fix, or will I have to redo this after a wash?

      about 1 day ago
    • Lee Howe
      Lee Howe In reply to Steven

      Steven Definitely permanent. The sandpaper smoothes out the scratch so the clear coat is flat again, then to finish off, the polish is slightly abrasive, so it removes the fine scratches left by the sandpaper. (The polish is like extremely fine sandpaper, so fine there aren’t any scratches left)

      about 1 day ago
    • Mythical Carnage
      Mythical Carnage

      Thanks bro, you just saved me about $500

      about 2 days ago
    • Frog
      Frog

      If you wash your car though, does the polish not just come off and the haze effect reappear?

      about 3 days ago
    • Lee Howe
      Lee Howe In reply to Frog

      +Maryland No, the polish removes the haze permanently

      about 13 hours ago
    • Maryland
      Maryland In reply to Frog

      Will the haze effect reappear when you wash your car?

      about 14 hours ago
    • Lee Howe
      Lee Howe In reply to Frog

      Frog The polish is abrasive, so it acts like incredibly fine sandpaper (Which is why it takes more effort to polish out the fine scratches that form the haze)

      about 1 day ago
    • 1mespud
      1mespud

      Thanks 4 doing your part 2 help tame mankind..

      about 4 days ago
    • Tameca Hamilton
      Tameca Hamilton

      You have a video about shining up lacklustered bumpers and rear view mirror areas to make the black shine again? Does that make sense? The plastic area.

      about 4 days ago
    • Tameca Hamilton
      Tameca Hamilton

      Dude your a lifesaver! That's a easy fix! I'm all bout easy peasy!

      about 4 days ago
    • Mahesh G Nayak
      Mahesh G Nayak

      Is there anyone who actually tried this?

      about 4 days ago
    • TheCrazy243
      TheCrazy243 In reply to Mahesh G Nayak

      Mahesh G Nayak just did today. It turned out gorgeous. Easy.

      about 3 days ago
    • Frog
      Frog

      How would you go about doing this on a scratch that's really long? Would you have to do it in sections?

      about 4 days ago
    • Charkatak
      Charkatak

      Any dent removing videos? There is a dent on the top of the hood(driver side). Paint was not affected, just a wave/a soft dent.

      about 5 days ago
    • Charkatak
      Charkatak In reply to Charkatak

      +ChrisFix Will wait patiently :)

      about 5 days ago
    • ChrisFix
      ChrisFix In reply to Charkatak

      I am working on it but I’m not that good at removing dents yet. Stay tuned!

      about 5 days ago
    • Omar Zowila
      Omar Zowila

      These results are satisfying

      about 5 days ago
    • J V
      J V

      But wouldn't you be removing more clear coat with all that sanding? Should I add clear coat after sanding then using rubbing wax to make it smooth?

      about 6 days ago
    • c l
      c l In reply to J V

      you remove some of the clear coat but not all still better that a big scratch. Adding clear coat to a car is really hard and time consuming too

      about 5 days ago
    • SynonymXBL
      SynonymXBL

      Your in Marco Casse's favorites.


      Thats the guy who made the first comment on youtube..


      LOL!!!!!!

      about 6 days ago
    • Irries Ligas
      Irries Ligas In reply to SynonymXBL

      .

      about 4 days ago
    • bigdawg8412
      bigdawg8412

      The thought of using sand paper sounds scary.

      about 6 days ago
    • Maryland
      Maryland In reply to bigdawg8412

      And than creating that haze effect which might come back after you wash your car?

      about 14 hours ago
    • real deal
      real deal In reply to bigdawg8412

      Practice with spare body parts. Grow that confidence.

      about 3 days ago
    • Jason Holen
      Jason Holen

      I tried this and just completely destroyed my car then I took it to a body shop to fix it and even they couldn't fix it. Biggest lie ever. And still trying to figure out how to fix it.

      about 6 days ago
    • AlwaysSomething
      AlwaysSomething In reply to Jason Holen

      Why wouldn't you do a test area on your car first? And a body shop couldn't fix it? Come on, now.

      about 6 days ago
    • Julia Wilner
      Julia Wilner

      hi, you mention at 3:10 another video on how to fix deep scratches. did you ever record this?

      about 7 days ago
    • Rubbarz
      Rubbarz

      So when you do this, there might still be a small bit of haze depending on the color but that's a lot less noticable than the scratch.

      about 7 days ago
    • Cooper Silberling
      Cooper Silberling

      Gonna kill me to sand the paint on my car... even if it is 3-5k grit it still makes me nervous that I’ll ruin the paint , any tips to make me not feel so uneasy?

      about 7 days ago
    • Cooper Silberling
      Cooper Silberling In reply to Cooper Silberling

      GalaxinaFan thanks, I think I misread the instructions and somehow got a 1000 dollar ticket for speeding.

      about 7 days ago
    • GalaxinaFan
      GalaxinaFan In reply to Cooper Silberling

      Find the smallest, least conspicuous scratch and do that first. If you do a good job on that then your confidence will get a boost

      about 7 days ago
    • Donnie Pointer
      Donnie Pointer

      1 mm is .040 thousands of an inch so 2 mm is .080 thousands of an inch as opposed to .001 and .002 as you mentioned there is a big difference

      about 8 days ago
    • Donnie Pointer
      Donnie Pointer In reply to Donnie Pointer

      Thanks Dan I'm not a car painter I get it now I thought he said millimeters

      about 6 days ago
    • Den D.
      Den D. In reply to Donnie Pointer

      When painting vehicles it's mils (1 micron = 1 millionth of a meter and 25.4 microns = .001” inch or 1 mil).

      about 7 days ago
    • Hope Simmons
      Hope Simmons

      Thank you! I got a little scratch around my side mirror and used your trick of soapy water. It worked like a charm! It wasn't as bad as I thought. It came off with just soap and water.

      about 8 days ago
    • Rob
      Rob

      It was his mother in laws car.

      about 9 days ago
    • Lynn Anderson
      Lynn Anderson

      Great instructional video! We followed all of the steps, but on a black vehicle, we are seeing a bunch of fingerprint looking marks where the scratches and cloudiness once were. We used the microfiber cloth and the products you recommended, so we are wondering how this happened. Any suggestions as to how to remove these marks? I would include photos if I could. Thanks!

      about 9 days ago
    • Cruz Perez
      Cruz Perez

      Is scratches from someone keying your car or something like that too deep of a scratch for this method?

      about 10 days ago
    • Muhammed Shibil
      Muhammed Shibil

      Make a video of faded parts restoration

      about 10 days ago
    • David Florida
      David Florida

      Great work. Thanks.

      about 11 days ago
    • Jimi Lewis
      Jimi Lewis

      A mm is a 1000th of a metre not a 1000th of an inch. Which is about 40 thousands of an inch.

      about 12 days ago