Tutorial How to Remove Stains Asphalt in Car Body

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Tutorial How to Remove Stains Asphalt in Car Body | Scratches on car paint is inevitable. There just makes the vehicle body is scratched, despite very careful driving, from other vehicles, until the mischief of a child.

Scratches on the underside of the vehicle are generally caused by asphalt. It is common, especially when the vehicle crossed the new asphalt, where the material is still a bit wet so it has not fused to the maximum. 

Tutorial How to Remove Stains Asphalt in Car Body

So, how to remove scratches due to this reason? According to some specialists paint and body repair shop provides a simple solution, the use of gasoline.

It is very easy. After cleaning the parts that are scratched, then immediately coat with gasoline. After that, use a soft cloth and start rubbing the part. After the asphalt is missing, then usually paint will be a little dull.

For the problem of the car body paint looks dull after cleaning with gasoline can burnish that section back to the compound. The correct use is the first brush with 2000-2500 grit fine sandpaper and then apply the compound.

Gasoline is actually not a new thing in cleaning the dirt. In motorcycles, gasoline, assisted with a brush, usually used for scraping crust combustion residue contained in the carburetor.

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nb: You should be very careful in cleaning the asphalt stains on your car.

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