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Author Subject: How to avoid stone chips?
oecken

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Post #26
im quite sure i saw carbon effect ones Whistle

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Posted 2nd Jul 2009 at 01:12
hman205

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Post #27
http://www.autoblog.com/2006/11/19/2-guys-an-audi-s4-blue-tape-and-the-coolest-road-trip-ever/

or get it wrapped

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Posted 17th Jul 2009 at 19:05
bennn

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Post #28
could put a bonnet bra on it, but to be honest id rather have stone chips than drive round with one on. other than this they are pretty unavoidable.

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Posted 17th Jul 2009 at 19:09
russbez

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Post #29
hman205 wrote:
http://www.autoblog.com/2006/11/19/2-guys-an-audi-s4-blue-tape-and-the-coolest-road-trip-ever/

or get it wrapped


hah! thats quailty!

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Posted 17th Jul 2009 at 19:12
mark-vts

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Post #30
Well, after 2.5k miles, she's still stone chip free. What's 0 x 20? 0! So I will never get any... Blink LOL

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Posted 17th Jul 2009 at 19:18
billyboy99

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Post #31
was enjoying my recently cleaned Bianca in the sun and noticed a significant increase in the number of stonechips on front bumper but more annoyingly on the bonnet. i can only put this down to my incessant need to slipstream..!

just wondering;

1) instead of painting them in with special touch up paint (Halfords do a 306 Biance White StoneChip touch up Pen) has anyone tried T-cut. heard this works a treat?

2) what wax (besides the wheel wax someone suggested here) do ppl coat their bonnets with to make it stronger and more resistance to stonechips
Posted 21st Mar 2011 at 16:38
cwspellowe

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Post #32
billyboy99 wrote:
was enjoying my recently cleaned Bianca in the sun and noticed a significant increase in the number of stonechips on front bumper but more annoyingly on the bonnet. i can only put this down to my incessant need to slipstream..!

just wondering;

1) instead of painting them in with special touch up paint (Halfords do a 306 Biance White StoneChip touch up Pen) has anyone tried T-cut. heard this works a treat?

2) what wax (besides the wheel wax someone suggested here) do ppl coat their bonnets with to make it stronger and more resistance to stonechips


T-Cut does bugger all when you have a clear coat on top of the paint. It can help reduce the appearance of light scratches but nothing to help chips.

I covered my bonnet in a sealant called "matt black paint". All my stone chips disappeared immediately Yes

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Posted 21st Mar 2011 at 16:52

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