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post #1 of 6 Old 09-25-2011, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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scratches ????

how is the best way to remove or make scratches not stand out as much on black paint ? most of them are in the clear and color
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any ideas ???
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Quixx scratch remover?
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Yeah, there are numerous types of polishes sold, depended on how deep the scratch is, then you should figure out which type of polish is right. You could give Meguair's ScratchX a shot, or Nu Finish Scratch Doctor. I've always like Meguiar's stuff. Well, good luck.

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I looked at the Quixx scratch remover tonight is it any count?
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You can get a cutting compound as long as it`s not past the clear coat go easy with it then a filling compound followed by a good wax. another option is a wet sanding paper of about 2000 or 1500 grit then polish with a filling compound followed by a quality wax .
Just go easy with the wet sanding or cutting compound, Good luck

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