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Old 03-20-2019, 02:28 PM
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I admit Iím fussy but a brand new KR, I wasnít real happy with the detail job especially under the hood, but they said they would take care of my first oil chg and dinner .
Now I see a scratch in the rear outside glade about an inch long , wtf...
my neighbor said ď you have three days to take it backĒ...
dint want to go to that extreme and rather not have them replace the glass and open up a new van of worms...
can that be fixed so you donít see it ?
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I don't see anything?
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I don't see anything?
Ditto. Can you circle it and repost the pic?
And I am wearing my reading glasses and looking from a computer monitor, not cell phone, lol.
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Ditto. Can you circle it and repost the pic?
And I am wearing my reading glasses and looking from a computer monitor, not cell phone, lol.
I canít get it to show up.. Iíll try with a pc of paper behind it
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I canít get it to show up.. Iíll try with a pc of paper behind it
There is your answer. If you have to retake the pictures and no one can see it I would not worry about it. If it bugs you that much stop by a glass place and see if they can polish it out. I myself don't worry about the little stuff life is to short to be always bugged by small things.
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There is your answer. If you have to retake the pictures and no one can see it I would not worry about it. If it bugs you that much stop by a glass place and see if they can polish it out. I myself don't worry about the little stuff life is to short to be always bugged by small things.
yea thatís what Iíll probably do, just kinda pi$$e$ me on a brand new expensive truck
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yea thatís what Iíll probably do, just kinda pi$$e$ me on a brand new expensive truck
no vehicle is 100% perfect
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Itís just hard from the glare, hereís a bette one
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are you sure thats a scratch and not just some chalk?
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Itís just hard from the glare, hereís a bette one
Grab some 0000 steel wool and give it a little scrub. I bet it comes right off. NO STEEL WOOL will not scratch your windows, I use it all the time to clean mine. Use 0000 dry.
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