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Old 05-06-2014, 10:59 PM   #1
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Unfortunately I found 2 scratches on my car, not sure how the hell happened. Nothing super serious but on a new car I'm. Going to be anal about it lol, and obviously we love our mustangs, I am looking into this product and was wondering if anyone has used it? The scratches are not that deep which is good.
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If the scratches aren't deep (down to the base) you or a professional could wet sand and polish those scratches for the equal value or less than an $80.00 mystery product.
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Some scratches dont even need to be wet sanded. You could try cut and polish.
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Yea before buying a kit like that I'd get some compound and polish, if you don't have a machine you can still get them out by hand if they aren't too deep, deeper ones can sometimes be taken out by a machine. If that doesn't work then try wetsanding with a fine grit (after you wetsand go back and polish it again). If all else fails then touch up paint.
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I posted a how to wet sand and polish in one of the other threads.

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