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    Hi all,
    I have a 5x 1-2cm rust spots on the door of my 3.6 CC and wondered what everybody’s thoughts on repair options would be? I reckon the previous owner did a bad job repairing deep scratches.
    The rest of the car looks good but isn't perfect so I am not bothered about a concourse finish but at the same time don’t want it to look obvious.

    Would chips away type company be able to sort this or am I looking at a full door respray?

    Thank for any advice given.
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    Late reply!! Chips away type should manage that well. Might be worth having a go yourself first with a chipex kit. Best to treat the rust first with Bilt Hamber Deox c or hydrate 80
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