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Old January 23rd, 2011   #1
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Default Need some advice on scratch removal.

So last night my neighbor had a party with a whole lot of shady people hanging around outside their apartment. At the time my car was also parked right outside their apartment. Today I come out and it looks like someone with a studded belt decided my car was the perfect scratching post for their ass. There are dozen of scratches over a two foot area. (needless to say words were had and threats were made). Anyways luckily none of them look like they went through the paint, only the clear coat. I tried rubbing compound and wax and it worked partially but I can still see the scratches clearly if I look at it from two feet away. So is there a way I can fill in the scratches? I've seen a few systems out there but they all require sanding down the surrounding paint and unfortunately I don't think I have much paint to spare on the panel.

On a side note I need some clever ideas to fucking et revenge on these drugged up retards.

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Old January 23rd, 2011   #2
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Old January 23rd, 2011   #3
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Default Re: Need some advice on scratch removal.

you knew this peoples were tards, why didn't you move ur car?
try scratch X...
good luck, bro...


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Old January 23rd, 2011   #4
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Default Re: Need some advice on scratch removal.

if that dont work.... wet sand wif 2000 grit, very lightly!!! then polish it with a decent buffer to bring back teh shine...
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Old January 23rd, 2011   #5
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Use Nu Finish Scratch Doctor, it comes in an orange bottle and iv used it many times to remove scratches and paint scuffs. I swear by this stuff.
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