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Oxidation fixable?


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Anything is able to be saved for the most part unless you are flaking off the clear coat with your fingernail lol -

 

Besides the oxidation always start with least aggressive method first - after you decontaminate the surface, try Revive by hand, see if it improves it any - if it does, make a pass with Finishing polish and white foam just to see how that does - if you get more improvement and think you'd like to try orange foam pad with Correcting polish then go for it - I don't think you'd need the microfiber pads for the heaviest cut -

 

But yes as long as you don't have flaking clear coat I would start least aggressive and work your way down until you get the results you desire - do a 2x2 test spot, 1/4 of the hood, etc - once you nail down the process, complete the car - bring the beauty back to life!

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