Mending scratches on the car
Easy RepairRepair scratches, dents and bumps

The problem: dents, bumps and deformations. Your car has significantly lost value due to the damage. To prevent rust a body repair is urgently necessary. With Easy Repair Tips Bumps and Dents is also possible in your own garage!
Time spent:
Additional Tools:
Grinding Tool;
Easy Repair – SET for you: Film Set scratches, dents and bumps
And this is how it works:
The first step is to repair the dented body and bring it back to its original shape. Everything is allowed that leads to success: flat iron, hammer, ski pole, screwdriver, etc … The more precisely the dents are removed, the less putty is needed and the better the result.
Remove rust
After bulging, thoroughly clean the damaged body of paint and rust. Then dry sandpaper – coarse grain size P 60 – wrap around a sanding block and sand the area in and around the deformation (dent) absolutely blank and over a large area. The paint must be well sanded and you should not see a bit rust!
Now with silicone remover clean the place very thoroughly.
On the bare, perfectly polished and cleaned with silicone remover place now putty (putty) is applied. Putty (putty) has the property of excellent adhesion to the metal.
And this is how it’s done: Spread the putty on a piece of cardboard and add the right amount of hardener. (The correct dosage is important, see the film.) Mix both components well and spread generously and over a large area over the damaged area.
After just 30 minutes, the putty has hardened and you can use dry dry abrasive paper to dry off the excess putty dry and thus bring the body back into shape.
Everything that is not primed or painted should now protect against spray!
Simply use masking paper and masking tape .
Fine work
After everything has been sanded flat, balance out existing craters and sanding marks with filler or spray filler .
Shake the spray can long and vigorously until the components in the can have mixed well (about 5 minutes). The small ball in the can has to move easily and loosely.
On the can comes the handle . This works like a spray gun and facilitates the work enormously.
Primer, filler and paints are indeed dangerous according to the manufacturer, but certainly not intended for the lungs – so wear protective mask !
And again sanding
Now sand the filled parts with water- sanding paper P600.
The edge zones were also large-scale with Schleiffix or water- sanding paper P2000
Take your time, the more thoroughly you grind, the better the result.
Easy Repair Professional tip:
To avoid missing any marks during grinding, professionals use control paint . So you can see immediately, where has already been sanded and where not yet.
If the primer filler is applied, dry (after approx. 20 min.) And sanded, color finally comes into play with the paint spray !
Shake the paint spray vigorously for 5 minutes until the ball stops audibly and everything is well mixed. Attach the handle to the first thin layer of paint (adhesive layer) and spray on for 3 minutes.
After 3 minutes, cover the second coat thoroughly.
In the case of poorly covering shades, it may be necessary to apply additional sprays after the appropriate drying time. After each spray, leave the paint to dry for 3 minutes.
Clearcoat – Topcoat
Activate 2K Clearcoat and shake vigorously for 2 minutes.
Apply a thin layer of varnish, allow to air for 3 minutes and add two covering layers.
After drying for at least 5 hours, the hardened lacquer can be polished and preserved . No edges. No edges. No color difference. A simple, time-saving and cost-effective DIY repair.