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  1. I have been using the car wash somewhat frequently and I noticed this clear coat flaking off on the fender. At least that is what I think it is. Any ideas on how I should fix it without redoing the whole panel? (Won't be using automatic car washes anymore.)
  2. My carbon fiber hood was extremely weathered when I got it, yesterday afternoon I sanded it down and used a rubbing compound. I put a layer of clear coat on and had an emergency and had to leave. I haven’t had time to finish it the past couple days and now the clear coat is dried and it’s only one thin layer and is not very even (obviously). The hood already looks very good but should I sand the clear coat and even it out and then continue with clear coating or apply the rest of the clear coat onto the first completely dried layer and then sand and polish as I was planning? Please let me know I have never done this before and am unsure of how to get the best results.
  3. Electromagnetic paint: At the first glance, the title seems to be a little bit weird. Well, since the word electromagnetic came just before the word paint, it means that paint will know a different definition this time. Most of you are hearing about this for the first time. Well, for those who just came across this term, let me get them closer to the significance of electromagnetic paint. This later is referring to the ability of making the color or the paint of a car, a motorcycle, or a truck change immediately once it gets touched by electricity. This gives your car the ability to change its color into different colors in just few seconds without the need of your intermediation. It is all automatic. Just imagine how your car will look like if it is painted with paramagnetic paint. Just imagine the looks on the faces of your friends and the crowd in streets. Until now things may be normal, but the non normal thing about it is that the reality of the existence of such paint is still a mystery. Experts and scientists are still trying to figure out a solution to this. The believers of the existence of the electromagnetic paint go a little far by showing amazing videos of some expensive cars that are painted by the electromagnetic paint. In the videos the cars change their colors in just few seconds. They move from green to red, from yellow to blue, from grey to pink and the wonderful thing about all this is the short time in which the whole thing occurred. On the other side, there are the non believers whom they think that the existence of electromagnetic paint or the changing car color paint is just hoax, and those videos on YouTube were made by experts and professionals in videos effects. People are still waiting to know more about this paint, I mean the paramagnetic paint. So, the future may bring a lot of changes that may be able to reveal the truth about car color changing. If it happens to be true, the price will be high for sure. Because you are about to have a multiple car color changing, so you do not have to paint it every year. So, real or fake is up to the coming days. Until then, we are just going to wait with patience, and hope that electromagnetic paint is real and does exist for real. If you want to still in contact with the latest news about paramagnetic paint and know more about it dont forget to visit paramagneticpainthq Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi everyone, I have recently purchased a 1983 BMW 318i and am looking to fix it up a. I need the hennarot red/orange paint (code 052) and I have looked everywhere online for it but is only in America and i live in Australia, please help it would be fantastic, sylvo.
  5. I purchased an ESC button for my car, and plan to hook it up to my aftermarket amplifier to turn it on and off when I please. The reason I purchased this button is because it fits perfectly into one of the blank button spots in my vehicle. The only problem is I wish to remove the ESC logo from the button so it is completely blank. I have included an example of the type of button, and logo I wish to remove in the link below. How would I go about removing this logo?
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