One careless moment and the shopping cart contacts with the car. Or a zipper is scraped across the paintwork while refueling… so annoying! This is no problem for the QUIXX Paint Scratch Remover, which carries the coveted seal of approval from TÜV and DEKRA: It removes scratches, minor scrapes and traces of paint quickly, effectively and reliably from all gloss and metallic paint finishes. It doesn’t matter how careful you are, scratches in your vehicle’s paintwork are inevitable.
Click your way through the pictures below to go through the repair process step by step.
Take everything out of the box and lay it out so it is all readily at hand. Also useful is a bowl of water for moistening the sandpaper and some paper towels. First, wash the surface to be treated with a suitable cleaner (such as a car washing soap) and dry it thoroughly. For light scratches, start directly with Step 2.
Remove any water and abrasive residues left over from Step 1. Apply a little QUIXX Repair No. 1 to the scratch. Now rub the scratched area for about two minutes using QUIXX Repair No. 1 and the first polishing cloth. Apply firm pressure and with a fast, motion until all traces of the scratch have completely disappeared.
Remove any water and abrasive residues left over from Step 1. Apply a little QUIXX Finish No. 2 to the area. Now polish the area for about two minutes using QUIXX Finish No. 2 applying firm pressure and with a fast, circular motion the area has a glossy appearance once again.
Inspect the result. The area that was damaged should now be scratch free and have regained its original beauty and shine. If necessary, reapply from step 1 or 2. Take care when treating the damaged area with the sandpaper. Always be certain to wet sand, and never sand the same spot for more than 15 seconds or rub down to the primer.
One careless moment and it happens: The brand-new car has a scratch in the paintwork. Has this happened to you? Where did the shopping cart that I just scraped my car along appear from? Or has my underground parking space suddenly become narrower overnight? That grating noise you hear as the paintwork is being scratched is extremely unpleasant…
Scratches and scrapes don’t go down well on the tank of your beloved Harley or treasured classic car from 1965.
QUIXX will solve your paintwork problem!
A professional repair is awfully expensive – so why not just do it yourself? With QUIXX’s Do-it-Yourself Scratch Remover you can effectively and economically repair damaged paintwork yourself. The easily understandable instruction manual and video guide developed by repair professionals explain every step in the repair process, enabling even inexperienced repairers to achieve professional results on all paint surfaces, even metallic, whether in white, black, silver or other colors.
No, the paint is heated by vigorous polishing, then spreads into the scratch through a patented process called Plastic Deformation. This ultimately closes the scratch.
No, Repair No. 1 completely removes the scratch, and Finish No. 2 polishes the area to its original shine.
Deeper scratches may not be able to be completely removed. In these cases a professional repair is recommended.
Yes, it has to be sanded carefully and wet per the instructions. However, the sandpaper is only needed in the worst-case scenario. In many instances, sandpaper is not required.