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Can You Repair Badly Damaged and Peeling Clear Coat?

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Added by shahnawaz in Technology


In this video we are going to see whether it is possible to repair peeling, flaking or heavily damaged clear coat on a car. As you might have seen in my previous video, it is possible to repair clear coat if you catch the damage before it reaches the base coat and start's damaging layers bellow.

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