Removing Scratches From Your Car Using WD-40 Hack – Final Judgement

Is WD-40 a good hack way of removing scratches and scuff marks from your cars paint and clearcoat, Well in this video I try it on some deep, medium and light scratches and scuff marks on a spare door I had laying around and make a final judgement call.

Here are some links to other video’s I’ve made that show you exactly how you can remove scratches from your car:

WD-40 Test and how to buff out scratches from your car:

How to Remove scratches from your car using turtle wax scratch repair kit:

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20 thoughts on “Removing Scratches From Your Car Using WD-40 Hack – Final Judgement

  1. I had birds sh… on my car’s hood I cleaned it by green side of the sponge and then I had scratches some places on the hood ,and I used wd-
    40 , but it didn’t work . 🙁

  2. Wait a minute wasn’t the paint gone after the sand papers? 🤔 Thank God for YouTube and this guy for showing it. Now I can try removing the scratches on my hood of my vehicle and roof.

  3. Whoever heard of WD40 removing scratches? This was a total waste of time. The technique that works best is careful and vigorous rubbing with paper towel , a small area at a time with rotational movement. The theory is that the continuous rubbing will melt the paint and spread over the small area evenly and thus remove the scratch. You probably need to go over a larger area gradually as the small area being worked on will appear new and shiny.


  5. Anyone that thinks oil can replace paint needs to be examined by a physiatrist. These companies play on peoples desire for a quick, cheap remedy.

  6. This is a very short fix it's what dodjy car salesmen etc use yes it covers the scratches But it's very short term until it rains etc and it will ruin your paintwork etc in the long run

  7. Hackers. This is an old trick that unscrupulous car sales use to sell cars. I have used this to for a temporary repair.

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