Mantis scratch remover a breeze to use
Paint scratches, they're surely the bain of every car owner? As a petrolhead, I inwardly wince every time I find new damage when washing my car.
Then there's the combined hassle of trying to repair or hide the damage without a costly visit to the bodyshop for a respray.
So when JML, who are relatively new to the car cleaning product business, offered me their Mantis scratch remover to test I jumped at the chance to see if this £10 product could improve some annoying key marks round the door handles of my car.
The Mantis scratch remover comes in a toothpaste-like tube that is simple to use; I just squeezed some on to a microfibre cloth and applied to the affected areas of bodywork.
After buffing off the haze, I was pleasantly surprised at the improvement in the selected panels. Not quite removing all the scratches, they were certainly less noticeable and the finish was really shiny.
It's a shame that I had to use half the tube to get these good results. Considering you could also use this product on chrome grilles and alloy wheels, you may well get through the lot for a decent clean. So, be prepared to fork out more than a tenner for an all-round job.
Check out the video of this product in action.