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    assalam o alikum
    i own mehran that is recently purchase , unfortunately car side scratches with garage wall so advice is requires that should i consult painter or what should i do???
    i have smoke green color.
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    get it painted from a good quality paint shop...no big deal happens with cars all the time

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    try to do Wet sanding...and then wash with a shampoo and then apply wax (try 2-3 times) ..may be scratches would get a bit lighter but the dent u have to fix it...without re-paint... Re-paint is not good for resale value...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shabibmehdi View Post
    try to do Wet sanding...and then wash with a shampoo and then apply wax (try 2-3 times) ..may be scratches would get a bit lighter but the dent u have to fix it...without re-paint... Re-paint is not good for resale value...
    After wet sanding you need to use rubbing compound on that area to eliminate the sanding marks waxing wont do any good
    In this case the paint is scratched and needs to be touched up and then wet sanded to level out the paint surface
    @OP go to a good denter/painter and get the dent removed without damaging the paint and then touch up(Kalam) the effected area

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    Every one is giving the best solutions that good. Well to add on a bit, as its my work, u need to Wet sand it with a 1000 GRIFT sand paper Dipped in plain water but since the Sand paper is new, dont apply too much pressure on the paper when rubbing otherwise u will spoil the paint on other sides aswell. Make sure u keep applying water after every 20 Sec's. When the Lines begin to go then wash it with clean water & apply Rubbing compound on it with a Fliss soft Yellow or orange cloth. Make sure u rub it as hard as u can. Then use the other side of the cloth to wipe it off. Apply a good waxing polish & u are done. Best of luck. As for the Dent if any just push it out with ur bear hands placed inside.mehran scratches help!!!! -1304558
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