Driver reveals how she removed scratches from her car using an $8 Bunnings purchase
- The driver who was quoted over $500 to repaint her car did it himself instead
- Used The Pink Stuff, $8, which is known for its ability to transform various items
A driver who was quoted over $500 to repaint her damaged car revealed how she did it herself using a cult cleaning buy you can get at Bunnings for $8.
Nail artist Dlee, from the US, shared a video on Instagram Tik Tokwhere she explained how she converted her car after it had some dents and scratches on the side.
“Am I the only one who doesn’t know this?” Dlee captioned her video which has been viewed over 16 million times.
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Daily showed how I used a product called pink stuffwhich costs only $8 from Bunnings, to transform her car.
Speaking in the video, Dailey said: ‘I did this to my car today. Everything is scraped and there is a dent.
After being charged over $500 to have it professionally cleaned and painted, Daily said, she tried applying Pink Stuff to the scratches, before simply wiping it off.
“Look, they’re all gone. I still have a dent and a little wiping, but it’s gone. It’s all gone,” she said.
Daily explained how she used a product called The Pink Stuff, which costs just $8 from Bunnings, to transform her car and get rid of dents and scratches.
The Pink Stuff is a cleaning paste most popular for cleaning kitchen utensils, barbecues, tiles and glass (pictured)
The Pink Stuff is a cleaning paste most popular for cleaning kitchen utensils, barbecues, tiles and glass.
The paste first arrived in Australia after becoming a cleaning product in millions of homes across the UK.
Fans of the brand claim the product works wonders as it leaves surfaces sparkling clean without hours of scrubbing—all while using 99 percent natural ingredients.
Putty can be used on most surfaces in all areas of the home, including tiles, glass, paintwork, outdoor furniture, stoves, ovens, pots and pans, doorknobs, sinks, bathrooms, showers, grills, and even coaches.