Car scratch removal

Do you still get cold shivers when you think back to the moment when you accidentally scraped your two-week-old car along the wall of the narrow underground car park? 

Scratches in your car's paintwork are always annoying, but sometimes you can't do anything about them yourself: scratches occur when small stones hit the front of the car or a marten leaves its mark on the bonnet on its way to the engine compartment. If you have intentions of selling your car, scratches are undesirable and it is best to remove them yourself as much as possible. 

You don't have to drive straight to the workshop for paint damage to your car. You can remove many small scratches yourself, especially if they only damage the clear coat. This applies to most everyday damage, for example to door handles or around the fuel filler cap. In this blog you can read which scratches you can remove yourself and how you can do this best.

The paint structure of a car 

What you recognise in your car as misano red pearl effect paint or metallic tenorite grey is the result of state-of-the-art technology: car paint consists of four layers which, together with the sheet metal, are only as thick as a human hair, about 1 millimetre. The actual colour layer is the thinnest at 0.015 millimetres.

If a scratch only damages the clear coat, you can polish it yourself with just a few tools. If the basecoat has already been damaged, you should only lend a hand yourself as an experienced hobbyist. For all other paintwork damage, trust the experts in your workshop or bodyshop. Two simple tests will show you how deep the scratch goes into your car's paintwork:

  • Look closely at the scratch: If you see a different colour than the paint on the damaged area, the scratch has already reached the primer. Polishing no longer helps.
  • Feel the scratch: carefully run a fingernail over the scratch. If you get stuck, this point is too deep to polish.

How to polish paintwork scratches


  • sponge
  • hot water
  • Liquid Washing Silicon-Free Polish
  • cleaning cloths
  • terry towel 

And this is how it works:

  1. First clean the affected area thoroughly from dirt and dust, for example with warm water and soap, and rub it dry with a polishing cloth. This is important so that the lacquer can work properly later.
  2. Treat the scratch over a large area by the lacquer with the polishing cloths provided and rub in with circular movements. The lacquer works like a very fine sandpaper and removes the scratch by removing some of the paint. So be very careful not to make the damage to the paintwork even worse.
  3. The varnish creates a film on the paint. Let it dry thoroughly and then treat it with a terry towel. You should then see that the scratch has disappeared.

How to remove scratches from rims


  • Sponge
  • hot water
  • Detergent
  • Car Wheel Cleaner
  • A very fine abrasive specially made for car rims
  • Touch-up stick in the colour of the rims
  • Sealing (sealing paint)

And this is how it works:

  1. First, clean the rims so that they are free of dust and dirt. 
  2. Carefully roughen the scratch with a small piece of fine sandpaper and then thoroughly clean the rims again.
  3. Now you can touch up the scratch with the retouching pen (Touch-up stick). Let it dry well!
  4. Apply sealing varnish to the repaired area using circular motions. Then polish with a soft cloth.

Be careful with deep scratches: if they already form cracks, there is a risk that the rim will break while driving. A simple cosmetic repair is not sufficient. Only a new rim can ensure safe driving.

Removing scratches on plastic parts

Some parts are painted along. This is obviously more work to restore. 


  • sponge,
  • hot water,
  • detergent,
  • Some spray oil or felt-tip varnish
  • special sandpaper
  • Clear Varnish
  • Bumper Filler
  • Car paint in the right colour

And that is how it works:

  1. Start by cleaning the bumper and making it grease-free using a powerful degreaser.
  2. In case of a crack or hole, reinforcing film with resin can be used to reinforce the plastic bumper again.
  3. Use a special bumper putty to restore a crack, hole or dent to its original shape.
  4. After applying the 2K putty to the car bumper, the bumper and putty can be sanded smooth.
  5. Spray a plastic primer to prime the bumper.
  6. Use a car paint spray can to paint the bumper back to the car's original colour.
  7. Spray the colour paint with a 2K clearcoat to give the sprayed paint gloss and protect it from external influences.

Removing scratches on glass and chrome

For scratched chrome parts, special cleaners and polishes are available from specialist dealers to remove the damage. If the windows are scratched, you should go to the workshop and have a professional stone chip repair done. If necessary, even very minor damage can be repaired with a stone chip repair kit.

Using toothpaste to remove scratches?

The only reliable remedy for small scratches in the home is regular white toothpaste. Press the toothpaste onto a damp cloth and rub it over the scratch. Little by little, the toothpaste - and thus the scratch - will disappear. This is because there are small abrasive particles in the toothpaste which, together with small paint particles, penetrate the car paint and fill the scratch. If the scratch has not disappeared after the first procedure, repeat the process. Usually, the repair works.

Nail polish is also recommended time and again to repair scratches. But that is one thing. Firstly, the nail polish usually does not match the colour of the car paint. Secondly, in the summer, when it gets very hot, the nail polish can blister or crumble.

Which scratches need to be sprayed?

Small, fine scratches are one thing, deep scratches are another. A branch hangs too far into the driveway and the paint is damaged down to the metal plate or putty. Then it usually doesn't help to remove the scratch yourself. Now you have to take the car to the workshop to get it repainted.

What are the most common paint defects?

These spots on the car are most likely to get scratched. But why is that?

  • Behind the door handle. The reason for this is usually rings worn on the hand, which scratch the paintwork when the car door is opened. 
  • On the sill/threshold on the driver's side. And not because the leather or rubber soles of the shoes damage the paintwork, but small stones embedded in the profile of the sole.
  • Next to the fuel cap. Some drivers have the habit of leaning against the car while refuelling. That way, the small rivets of the jeans come into focus.
  • The round parts of bumpers. Sometimes the parking space in the underground garage is just narrower than the day before. Or did someone move this pillar from one day to the next?
  • The loading edge of the boot can only be seen when the tailgate is open, but this is where beverage crates and shopping bags and skis and things from the hardware store etc. get scratched. 

Do you still want to seek professional help?

Do you still want to hire professional help? Then consider the company AAS Day Recovery, for example. They can help you well with damage such as light car scratches removal. They will also use polishing to repair minor scratches which will make the scratch disappear. 



Car rattling noise and other noises

Help! I have a rattling sound in the car. Is something rattling or ticking in your car, but you don't know exactly where the sound is coming from? On this page we list possible causes of irritating noises in the car and how you can solve it.

Where does the car rattling sound come from?

rattling sound of car Rattling and ticking noises from the engine and chassis are annoying, sometimes dangerous - and solving the problem is often work for the garage. But before you panic, it is advisable to go through the car thoroughly and clean it up. Remove all loose objects in the car, boot. Also look under the seats, in the compartments and near the spare wheel. Is everything tidied up but can you still hear the irritating noise? Then we can take a closer look and start looking for many possible causes. We have divided the possible rattling, rattling and ticking noises by component. Hopefully this will put you on the right path to a solution.

Noise from drive belt

Metallic clicking: only shortly after starting - Possible cause: hydraulic tappets with insufficient oil pressure - Solution: not necessary if the noise disappears after a few seconds. If the clicking persists, a tappet is faulty; on to the workshop.

Grinding clutch noise: Audible when pedal is depressed - Possible cause: Defective thrust bearing - Solution: Replacement (workshop).

Rattling or rattling clutch: Only audible when idling - Possible cause: Broken drive plate torsion springs - Solution: Replace clutch immediately (workshop work).

Rattling gearbox: Unusual noise at idle, difficult to distinguish from clutch rattling - Possible cause: Large gear backlash, axial play of the shift bushing - Remedy: Noise depends on component tolerance and is usually harmless.

Knocking noise: audible and perceptible when load changes - Possible cause: loose or worn motor bearings - Solution: tighten or replace broken bearing.

Crying and singing: Only noticeable while driving - Possible cause: Worn bearings in transmission or differential - Solution: Replace. However, diagnosis is a workshop matter, as is repair.

Tapping: only audible when the bonnet is open - Possible cause: Working noise of the injection nozzles - Remedy: Not necessary.

Buzzing: Immediately after the ignition is switched on - Possible cause: Operating noise of the fuel pump - Remedy: Not necessary.

Noise from chassis and brakes

Buzzing and roaring: noticeable in bends - Possible cause: wheel bearing on one side defective - Solution: first locate the defect. If it hums when cornering to the left, a wheel bearing on the right is probably affected; if it pops on the right side, damage to the left side must be assumed. Exact diagnosis: jack up the car and turn the steering wheel. With the other hand, grasp the control arm or support. If vibrations can be felt there, the culprit has been found. Exchange is a workshop affair!

Clatter in bends: only audible when driving fast, especially with varying load and on wet road surfaces - Possible cause: noises caused by the ESP control process starting up (the corresponding warning lamp comes on at the same time) - Remedy: avoid the limit range.

Creaking and rumbling: Noticeable in bends - Possible cause: The wheel-side joints on the drive shafts are defective - Solution: Replace the relevant drive shaft; Diagnosis and repair is a workshop business!

Grinding noise: Only audible when braking - Possible cause: Carrier plate of the worn brake pads rubs against the brake disc - Solution: Replace brake pads immediately, never continue driving! Often a new brake disc is also needed.

Rumbling: a constant companion on bad roads - Possible cause: usually faulty rubber on stabilisers, strut bearings or axle suspensions, shock absorbers themselves may also be affected. Diagnosis is a workshop matter! - Solution: replacement of affected components by a garage.

Squeaking noise from the brakes? We have written a separate blog for this. Click here for possible causes of squeaking brakes.

Disturbing noises in the interior

Rattling in the rear: audible at every pothole - Possible cause: tools, wheel nuts or other objects roll around in the spare wheel bin; the trough is a large resonance body, acts as an amplifier - Remedy: remove all loose objects; alternatively, wheel bolts or tools can be wrapped in rags or foam.

Creaking: heard when clutching - Possible cause: pedal hinges have dried out - Solution: Lubricate the hinges with silicone spray. Never use oil or grease as this will damage the plastic pedals.

Rattling in the dashboard: Usually only audible while driving, especially on bumpy roads - Possible cause: Cable harnesses hit ventilation ducts or other components - Solution: Cover cable with soft foam or secure with cable ties. With today's cars, with their complex electronics and built-in dashboards, this is usually a job for the workshop.

Creaking noises: Frequently occurs near plastic trim (doors, A, B, C pillars) - Possible cause: Plastic trim scrapes over paintwork - Solution: Line the contact points of the plastic parts with felt strips. - Alternative: Lubricate with silicone spray or wax, then the surfaces slide together more easily.

Squeaky seats: Regardless of passenger weight - Possible cause: backrest adjustment or other connecting parts without lubrication - Solution: lubricate backrest adjustment. But sometimes only complete disassembly with subsequent lubrication of all connection points helps (workshop work!).

Droning/vibrating door panels: Especially with bass-heavy music - Possible cause: The door speakers make the panels vibrate - Solution: Remove the door panels and check the speaker fixings. Disconnect the trim with foam mats (available at hobby shops) and fit with new locking clips.

Cracking noises: The dashboard and the centre console are particularly affected - Possible cause: Plastic caps rub against each other - Solution: Place felt strips underneath to prevent abrasive noises.

Exhaust noises

Rattling/rattling from below: Especially with varying load and when driving over potholes - Possible cause: Rubber bracket of the exhaust system cracked - Solution: Install new rubber bracket; only possible (pit/lift required).

Rattling and ringing from the centre of the car: audible both when accelerating and coasting, often depending on engine speed - Possible cause: defective catalytic converter (ceramic core broken) or heat shield plate cracked. - Also common: chambers of the front or rear silencer are shaken loose - Solution: knock off the exhaust from front to back with a fist. This makes it easy to expose the source of the noise (pit or lifting platform required). Replace faulty part.

Clinking or ringing: When engine is running, often audible also when vehicle is stationary - Possible cause: loose or broken clamps - Remedy: Visual check or ticking; Tighten loose clamp, replace broken parts.

Hissing, blowing sounds: Usually from around the engine compartment - Possible cause: Hairline cracks in the exhaust manifold - Solution: Replace the manifold (workshop).

Bodywork noise

Loud creaking: especially when driving over potholes - Possible cause: dry door locks - Solution: adhesive lubricant on the door handle and lock mechanism eliminates the creaking.

Clattering noises: usually only audible at higher speeds - Possible cause: Plastic covering on bumpers or floor covering has come loose and is clattering in the wind - Solution: Check that the relevant parts are tight and retighten if necessary.

Whistling or hissing: Especially audible near the A- and B-pillars - Possible cause: Wind noise caused by the doors hanging crookedly and no longer closing properly, or damaged door rubbers - Solution: Align the hinge plates of the doors with the A pillar (lots of experience required). - For professionals only: Carefully bend the window frame inwards when the window is down, so that the seals are tighter on the body and seal better.

Continuous creaking and squeaking: the noise comes mainly from the area around the doors and sunroof - Possible cause: dry and brittle seals on the doors and sunroof. Doors and roof lining act as large resonators that amplify the sound and make localisation difficult - Solution: lubricate all seals regularly with a silicone-based maintenance agent and keep them supple.

Flapping wipers: Occurs mainly in light rain - Possible cause: the wiper rubbers are worn - Solution: replace the wiper blades.

Car polishing, what you should know

Car polishing

Does your car have some small scratches or dull spots? These things are almost impossible to prevent and have many different causes. A bush you drove too close to, a bunch of keys hitting your door or maybe even a manual wash. For this kind of superficial damage, polishing your car is the solution. You don't have to have your car repainted and the result is fantastic. A fresh new layer appears and your car looks like new again.
In this article you can read all about the polishing of your car and which professional you can go to in your area.

Polishing your own car

Will you take on the challenge of polishing your car yourself? Apart from putting in a lot of energy, it is important to keep the following things in mind:

The basis, a clean car

Because polishing is nothing more than very intensive rubbing of the surface of your car with a polishing pad and polishing agent, the car's paintwork must be carefully cleaned beforehand. Residual dirt, dust or sand can otherwise cause scratches during polishing. This is exactly what you want to avoid.


What do you need?
- 2 buckets
- Good car shampoo
- Washing glove
- Microfibre drying cloth

First of all, hose down your car thoroughly. Now wash your car thoroughly using the two-bucket method (one bucket with soap, one bucket with clean water) and a washing glove. Rinse the washing glove in the bucket of clean water.
A good car shampoo cleans better, smells good and glides more smoothly over the paintwork and is therefore safe to use. With a washing glove, it is easier to get into the corners. Moreover, a washing glove lifts up the dirt and holds the water well. This way you prevent possible new scratches.
Dry the car with a microfibre cloth. The soft and water-absorbent material does not damage the paintwork and does not leave streaks. Never use tea towels, towels or old T-shirts.


Washing only removes relatively simple and superficial contamination. Clay can be used to remove stubborn dirt, such as fly rust (small rust particles). Using clay in combination with clay lubricant, residual dirt is literally pulled off the paintwork. The clay becomes dirty and discoloured. Time to knead the clay a little. You don't get a "clean" piece of clay by kneading? Then replace the clay. By using a clay lubricant, you prevent so-called marring. Due to a combination of pressure, the coarseness of the clay and how clean the clay is (still), a very small unevenness in the paintwork can occur (marring). Don't worry, it will disappear again when you polish.
The result after claying is a clean and smooth surface that can now be polished.
Is the sun shining brightly? Before you start colouring, put your car in the shade.


Polishes are available in various coarsities. Find out more about these products and never buy a coarser polish than necessary. Start with the coarsest polish, for example a medium polish, and finish with a finishing polish.
The right polishing pad distributes the polish better and makes polishing more effective. Polishing pads are available in different grooves. For example, combine a medium polish with a medium polishing pad.
When you have finished polishing, you can safely remove any residual polish from the paintwork using a microfibre cloth, without the risk of scratching it. When you have done this, there may still be some polishing oil left on the paintwork. Sometimes you can feel it, but you can hardly see it. The oil remains in microscopic scratches and only disappears after a few weeks. It is better to remove the polishing oil immediately with an IPA or panel wipe and see what the real result of the polishing has been. Moreover, wax, coating or sealant will perform much better.
Now protect your paintwork again with a coating, sealant or wax. By polishing, you have removed the old protective layer. These products often add extra shine. They make your car shine even harder. Apply these products with special applicator pads, small foam pads that are very suitable for applying these products.
Polishing by hand is a very labour-intensive job. Fortunately, there are polishing machines that make polishing a lot easier and the job can be done more quickly.

The professionals

Is all the hard work not producing the desired result? Then why not leave the polishing to a professional? The costs of car polishing often do not outweigh the number of hours you have to spend on it yourself. The price of car polishing starts from € 99.
In the overview below, you can find a professional near you who would like to take care of your car. Let it shine!

Car polishing Utrecht

Car Cleaning Service Utrecht
California Drive 31
3565 BJ Utrecht
Telephone: +31 30 266 1135

Car Cleaning Company The Car Butler
Mississippi Drive 2
3565 CG Utrecht
Telephone: +31 30 262 0075

Car cleaning company Low Budget Utrecht
3565 AN Utrecht
Telephone: +31 6 30959519

Wash and Care Utrecht - Service at home
Zuiderzeelaan 105 (note not a visiting address)
1382 JV Weesp
Telephone: + 31 82 130 0716

Car polishing Amsterdam

E.J. van de Berg CarCleaning
School Avenue 79
2121 GD Bennebroek
Telephone: + 31 6 33 62 17 40

Car Care Expert
Learning route 3a
1161 AA Zwanenburg
Telephone: + 31 6 46 56 87

Amstel Car Shine
Spaklerweg 89
1114 AE Amsterdam
Telephone: + 31 20 463 6139

The Wash Crew, mobile car cleaning company Amsterdam
Telephone: + 31 20 210 1265

Wash and Care Amsterdam - Service at home
Zuiderzeelaan 105 (note not a visiting address)
1382 JV Weesp
Telephone: + 31 82 130 0716

Car polishing The Hague

American Carwash
Scheldestraat 13
2515 TA The Hague
Telephone: + 31 70 406 3862

Cleaning business Leyweg
Leyweg 515 A
2545 GD The Hague
Telephone: +31 6 41463362

Steamclean B.V. Professional Car Care
Henricuskade 31
2497 NB The Hague
Telephone: +31 70 744 2023

City Car Cleaning
Noorderbeekdwarsstraat 173
2562 XR The Hague
Telephone: +31 6 47 81 40 12

Wash My Car
Energy Street
2525 KA The Hague
Telephone: +31 6 82 68 1166

Wash and Care The Hague - Service at home
Zuiderzeelaan 105 (note not a visiting address)
1382 JV Weesp
Telephone: + 31 82 130 0716

Car polishing Rotterdam

Car cleaning company Tim van der Hoek
Coriet van Alphen-Roosstraat 9 to 11
3088 GT Rotterdam
Telephone: +31 6 14595953

Perfect Polish
Adamshofstraat 44-46
3061 ZG Rotterdam
Telephone: +31 10 411 3332

Ancar Cleaning
Abraham van Stolkweg 96
3041 JA Rotterdam
Telephone: +31 6 47 72 20

Star Car Cleaning
Weena 940
3014 AX Rotterdam
Telephone: +31 6 47293360

Fresh Car Clean
Gouderakstraat 28a
3079 DB Rotterdam
Telephone: +31 6 48811412

Wash and Care Rotterdam - Service at home
Zuiderzeelaan 105 (note not a visiting address)
1382 JV Weesp
Telephone: + 31 82 130 0716

Car polishing Groningen

Cleaning Groningen
Koningsweg 14-Unit 1
9731 AT Groningen
Telephone: +31 50 579 3029

Car Guys Groningen
Stavangerweg 41-25
9723 JC Groningen
Telephone: +31 6 29 07 97 07

Small Car Cleaning
Koldingweg 14
9723 HK Groningen
Telephone: +31 50 549 0705

Car cleaning Roden
Hagen 16
9301 ZJ Roden
Telephone: +31 50 501 3867

Car polishing Arnhem

Car cleaning company Arnhem
P.Calandweg 13
6827 BJ Arnhem
Telephone: +31 26 361 3075

Carcleaning SpiQ BV
Innovation Road 34B
7007 CD Doetinchem
Telephone: +31 6 81 79 05 61

Carcleaning Arnhem
Santkamp 53
6836 BE Arnhem
Telephone: +31 6 28 81 05 29

Bosch Car Service Arnhem Car Company NH
P.Calandweg 13
6827 BJ Arnhem
Telephone: +31 26 361 3075

P.Calandweg 13
6827 BJ Arnhem
Telephone: +31 26 361 3075

Car polishing Almere

Car cleaning company Almere | Shiny City Cars
Market Square 1211
1314 AJ Almere
Telephone: +31 36 525 9733

Jurgh Car Detailing
Hand-Eg 5A
1648 GD De Goorn
Telephone: +31 88 587 4444

Alja Cleaning Services
De Huchtstraat 4
1327 EE Almere
Telephone: +31 36 533 3776

Wash and Care Almere - Service at home
Zuiderzeelaan 105 (note not a visiting address)
1382 JV Weesp
Telephone: + 31 82 130 0716

Car polishing Zwolle

Car Cleaning Zwolle
Popov Street 20-31
8013 RK Zwolle
Telephone: +31 6 31 28 79 57

Spotless car detailing
Telford Street 9-22
8013 RL Zwolle
Telephone: +31 6 23 24 60 34

Car ProCleaning
Graham Bellstraat 12F
8013 PL Zwolle
Telephone: +31 6 31 33 13 32

SCS Car Detailing
Popov Street 20-31
8013 RK Zwolle
Telephone: +31 6 31 28 79 57

Car polishing Assen

E&A Autocleaning V.O.F.
Spanjelaan 30
9403 DP Assen
Phone: +31 59 240 5769

Vip Cleaning Assen
J.C. van Markenstraat 3B
9403 AR Assen
Telephone: +31 6 41803837

Thyme Street 61
9408 AH Assen
Telephone: +31 6 81 40 73 20

Farman Cars & Cleaning
Ketellapperstraat 14
9403 VR Assen
Phone: +31 59 248 1819

Car polishing Alkmaar

Wolvenkoog 9
1822 BE Alkmaar
Telephone: +31 72 564 6444

Vanderdetails | Detailing | Glass Coating | Antidust | Alkmaar
Hazenkoog 10b
1822 BS Alkmaar
Telephone: +31 6 28 24 13 57
Go Cleaner Alkmaar
Helderseweg 31
1817 BA Alkmaar
Telephone: +31 6 85 45 67 16

Alkmaar Car Cleaning
Berenkoog 66-A
1822 BZ Alkmaar
Telephone: +31 6 27203855

Wash and Care Alkmaar - Service at home
Zuiderzeelaan 105 (note not a visiting address)
1382 JV Weesp
Telephone: + 31 82 130 0716

Car polishing Haarlem

IQ Car service
Hendrik Figeeweg 53
2031 BJ Haarlem
Telephone: +31 23 202 7409

Carmetic Detailing Studio - Exclusive car cleaning company
Rutherford Street 9
2014 KA Haarlem
Telephone: +31 6 33 03 77

The car polishing shop
Haarlemmerstraat 39
2182 HB Hillegom
Telephone: +31 6 33 62 17 40

Wash and Care Haarlem - Service at home
Zuiderzeelaan 105 (note not a visiting address)
1382 JV Weesp
Telephone: + 31 82 130 0716

Car polishing Nijmegen

Edwin Auto Detailing
Binderskampweg 40A
6545 CB Nijmegen
Telephone: +31 6 52 04 44 53

Bonel Detailing
Heiweg 53
6533 PA Nijmegen
Telephone: +31 6 46 28 6 050

BarBaros Detailing
Kraanstraat 94
6541 EJ Nijmegen
Telephone: +31 6 43 61 36 63
Wash and Care Nijmegen - Service at home
Zuiderzeelaan 105 (note not a visiting address)
1382 JV Weesp
Telephone: + 31 82 130 0716

Car polishing Den Bosch

Purol Car Cleaning Center
Sigarenmakerstraat 2a
5232 BK 's-Hertogenbosch
Telephone: +31 6 16 48 61 47

B&T Car Cleaning & Detailing
Afrikalaan 12-C
5232 BD 's-Hertogenbosch
Telephone: +31 73 644 1241

Easy clean
Tram Quay 15
5211 VB 's-Hertogenbosch
Telephone: +31 73 690 0316

Car polishing Tilburg

Top End Car Detailing
Aresstraat 13-01
5048 CD Tilburg
Telephone: +31 6 29 49 86 72

Mart Auto Detailing (Car Care & Cleaning)
Poppelseweg 1, 05 A
5051 PL Goirle
Telephone: +31 6 44 14 22 48

CleanPlus AutoCare
Railway meadow 3
5133 NM Riel
Telephone: +31 6 51 59 10 96

Flash Carcleaning
Nautilusstraat 169
5015 AN Tilburg
Telephone: +31 6 22 94 08 88

Car polishing Maastricht

Car Cleaning Kevin
The Rondeel 3-9
6219 PG Maastricht
Telephone: +31 6 49 91 36 34

ABC Cleaning Braeken
Oosterbroekweg 2-G
6247 BN Gronsveld
Telephone: +31 6 24 55 34 72

Tom's Car Cleaning
Overbroek 2
6247 EN Gronsveld
Telephone: +31 6 12 22 17 80

Car Makeover Car cleaning- car body repair shop Margraten South Limburg
Tromputte 2
6269 BC Margraten
Telephone: +31 43 458 9304

Car polishing Deventer

CSC Exclusive | Cleaning & Detailing | Exclusive Car Care | Deventer
Emdenstraat 9A
7418 BR Deventer
Telephone: +31 6 48 25 28 07

Car cleaning centre Deventer
London Street 9
7418 EE Deventer
Telephone: +31 57 062 5254

iClean Carwash
Rostockstraat 2
Telephone: +31 57 060 6909

Car polishing Almelo

Car cleaning centre Almelo
Nightingale Street 4
7605 BN Almelo
Telephone: +31 6 13 22 36 96

Car Care Twente
Lange Voort 2
7627 NG Bornerbroek
Telephone: +31 74 349 2854

Memo Car Clean Service
Frederik van Eedenstraat 1
7606 BH Almelo
Telephone: +31 54 645 5765

PURE car Cleaning
Van Meelweg 5
7602 RD Almelo
Telephone: +31 6 10445592

Car polishing Enschede

Albert's Car Cleaning
De Zoeker Esch 2C1
7582 CN Losser
Telephone: +31 6 51 11 39 03

ACC Twente Autoservice & CarCleaning
Bultsweg 90
7532 XJ Enschede
Telephone: +31 53 230 8140

Excellent Carcleaning
Wooldriksweg 140
7512 AW Enschede
Telephone: +31 53 434 3868

Polish & Shine Hengelo
Steen saltweg 21G
7554 RN Hengelo
Telephone: +31 74 820 0950