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Old 07-20-2009, 02:14 PM   #1
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Scratch Remover Products

I have a few light surface scratches that popped up

I want to get rid of them. Anything you guys recommend?
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I would say ask Billy Mays, but he's dead.
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Yah, that's a dead issue, no pun...
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Re: Scratch Remover Products

3m clear coat safe rubbing compound is really nice, I would wash with dawn (regular) detergent (liquid only) and then fully dry, rubbing compound 2 times really good, wash with dawn again, then clay bar, wash to remove clay bar stuff, then put on wax/etc
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Re: Scratch Remover Products

cool, thanks...any preferences on clay bars - meguiars, mothers?
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I used mothers last time, worked good, either is probably fine
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also keep in mind that regime will be something you would do every year or two~ not regularly.
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will do, appreciate it.
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does this work if i got deeper scratches but not like super deep just enough to take some clear coat out of my shine
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Depending on the severity of the scratch you may need to use a buffer. If you haven't buffed before I would pay someone to do it depending on the surface you can burn the paint fairly easily. Generally if you can catch your fingernail in a scratch it's there for good touch up paint may have to be used. Make sure your car is cool and out of the sun before attempting to remove scratches.
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