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Default 5th October 2013, 12:49 AM

I really like the look of this product. Where did you purchase yours from? I've got a Hyper Blue Mini with the JCW bumpers which again seem to collect stone chips. I've also got a couple deep scratches on the passenger door so thinking that this will fix all of them. Think I'll be ordering a kit when I'm back in the Uk...
  
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Default 5th October 2013, 05:07 AM

There's a link on the first post. (Chipex)


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Default 5th October 2013, 05:37 AM

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Thanks for that - I hadn't spotted the link underlining in my half-awake state!
  
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Thanks for that - I hadn't spotted the link underlining in my half-awake state!
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Default 5th October 2013, 11:10 AM

I'm not being tight here, well, ok I am. But, I have a Pepper White Cooper with literally 4 stone chips that annoy the tits off me. Now, being from Yorkshire, 30 seems a tad too much to me to cover 4 chips.

So, if anyone would like to offset there initial outlay, I'll buy the remainder of the kit off them if it's no longer needed and there's enough left in there to repair my chips. Cheeky but fair

Just a thought if anyone does end up buying a Pepper White kit.
  
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Default 5th October 2013, 03:30 PM

Yeah, I've seen this and the video. I thought its got to be too good to be true but you've proved me wrong. The results look great.
  
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Default 5th October 2013, 04:11 PM

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I'm not being tight here, well, ok I am. But, I have a Pepper White Cooper with literally 4 stone chips that annoy the tits off me. Now, being from Yorkshire, 30 seems a tad too much to me to cover 4 chips.

So, if anyone would like to offset there initial outlay, I'll buy the remainder of the kit off them if it's no longer needed and there's enough left in there to repair my chips. Cheeky but fair

Just a thought if anyone does end up buying a Pepper White kit.
Could be up for that will check out when I get back to the uk!
  
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Default 5th October 2013, 06:03 PM

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Could be up for that will check out when I get back to the uk!
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How many stone chips do you have? Hopefully not too many but I'm up for buying a used kit for sure.
  
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Default The answer to all of our jcw bumper stone chip problems! - 6th October 2013, 07:26 AM

I can certainly vouch for this as an excellent product. I used it for a bad stone rash on our carbon black BMW 130 and was very impressed with the result. Whilst it will never give the same result as a panel re spray it is very effective and DIY friendly. It isn't any better than a standard touch up stick for larger stone chips though, so if you just have a few of those, save your money and get a normal touch up stick.
  
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Default 6th October 2013, 05:36 PM

I have a chilli red with jcw kit and my lower bonnet has had many touch ups. I'm impressed with the pics and results you have


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