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Old 05-18-2013, 11:06 PM
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Default Avoid abrasives, do simple stuff first

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Originally Posted by nikeman View Post
These are 2 of the worst scratches that magically appeared on my new truck a week after I got it so if these come out I know the others will a lot easier.

Before you do anything drastic, just first off avoid abrasives. Try first with whatever car wax you have on hand and a clean soft cloth and vigorously buff and wax the scratches. Buff em up several times
Then wait a while until the wax "does it's 'thing" and re-evaluate.
Hate to say this I find Scratch=X to be snake oil
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