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What is the best scratch remover, I have a FBP....the thing is...I dont mean swirl marks...so think twice about answerring with Meguirs scratch remover...The type of scratches are the ones where there is a grain of sand in towel while washin and it streaks thru and then u see the whiteness of the scratch...what would remove that or blend it? Meguirs as well? T(hese scrathes arent deep, but they arent flemsy swirls either)


I'd like to hear from both of you...thanks guys and keep up the good work...even if you don't have the title...we should just call u guys MODS and youll be known as the MODS w/ out powers but with lots of good answers lol...bye.
 

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If the meguires doesnt work, use the colored turtle wax with the extra wax pen applicator, that should work- im not going to get into as much detail for you with this as with the other posts simply because we don't need to be tested anymore, everyone knows we know what we're talking about, and I think you're just bringing these question posts to a different level- possibly just to boost your # of posts, not to test what WE do and do not know- who knows- either way this question will be directed towards the boys & girls in the detailing corner, where it should have been asked in the first place- take it easy, PEACE :cool:
 

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I actually need an answer to that question since i am dealing with it now...so i thought to take advantage of this test shit lol...so that i could get an answer...thanks...and i agree u dont need to be tested...nor was i testing u this time...i had a legit question that i wanted answers too...thanks for ur time.
 

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CiViC 00 said:
What is the best scratch remover, I have a FBP....the thing is...I dont mean swirl marks...so think twice about answerring with Meguirs scratch remover...The type of scratches are the ones where there is a grain of sand in towel while washin and it streaks thru and then u see the whiteness of the scratch...what would remove that or blend it? Meguirs as well? T(hese scrathes arent deep, but they arent flemsy swirls either)


I'd like to hear from both of you...thanks guys and keep up the good work...even if you don't have the title...we should just call u guys MODS and youll be known as the MODS w/ out powers but with lots of good answers lol...bye.
Just from my experience I would never use scratch remover...

It dulls the car, and in my opinion just looks shitty. Whenever I had a scratch on my old car, I would buff it out with a light compound, and then a good coat of wax. It may be more expensive, but in my opinion it’s worth it.

I worked detail at an Acura dealership so it was free for me, but you should go to your dealer, and let them take it out.

As good as the over the counter products may be, I have never had a good experience with any type of scratch remover.

Hope this helped, PM me if you need me to go into more detail.
 
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