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Old 01-21-2010, 02:36 PM
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I also think that the clay bar would be the most gentle approach.

Also you could try some scratch x or liquid wax. I did this on my truck with some light paint scratches from garage door (I parked to close). I used my finger to apply the liquid wax on the white garage door paint on my front end and let it soak in for like 5 -10 minutes. Then I just started to rub it in with my finger and then used my finger nail to work it in a little and it just came off when I use a microfiber towel. The idea is to let the liquid wax or scratch x soften the paint foreign to your car. It worked for me.
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