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      02-05-2013, 11:35 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by Tsuyoi View Post
For the price that Scratch X costs, i'd just get a tube and try it anyway. At most you'll be down $10, but have it for any future light scratches. At best, the scratch is not as bad as everyone here assumes, and Scratch X will get it out!
If you starting working Scratch X into it, you're just going to mar up the clearcoat.

The only real option to fix a scratch that you can feel with a fingernail is a respray.
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