I bought the Simoniz Fix It pen. Used it to fill in some scratches on my vehicle. The excess liquid dried up and caused little bubbles. Now it looks worse than before. Does anyone have any suggestions about how to remove the excess hardened liquid
you need a wheel and some compound/ wheel it using the red compound and water
On the surface, a scratch repair pen might seem like a great idea. What’s not to like about making quick repairs to your car’s finish by simply drawing a line along the damage? It turns out, the results aren’t always like what you see on TV.
For one thing, our testers found they don’t work on anything but minor surface scratches. And, they may make the damage look worse.
Marketed as an easy way to avoid expensive auto body shop bills, manufacturers say that anyone can get professional results from the pens, which cost $10 or less. We sampled three to see if the claims were true.What we tested
The Simoniz Fix it Pro ($10), DuPont Pro Fusion Color ($8), and Turtle Wax Scratch Repair Pen ($10) are all widely available online or in auto parts stores. Claimed to work with any color paint, they contain a permanent clear coat much like the protective outer layer used on new cars from the factory. But what their packaging doesn’t make entirely clear is that these pens are strictly for surface scratches in the clear coat. If the damage goes into the paint below, you’re out of luck.Find fix it shop here. We offer local search in your city..