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Old 11 Jan 2015, 07:47 pm
Jim
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Default Removing scratches safely

My 2 year old Accord EX has managed to get some not too deep scratches.
Is there a safe over the counter product to use to buff them out or
mostly make them disappear that will not damage the overall finish?

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Jim
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Old 12 Jan 2015, 08:34 am
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Default Re: Removing scratches safely

On Sunday, January 11, 2015 at 7:47:50 PM UTC-5, Jim wrote:
> My 2 year old Accord EX has managed to get some not too deep scratches.
> Is there a safe over the counter product to use to buff them out or
> mostly make them disappear that will not damage the overall finish?
>
> TIA
> Jim


I have used Scratch Doctor, a fine abrasive, with good success. It does remove some surface finish, so must then be waxed or covered with your favorite protectant. If the scratches go through the clearcoat, you need touch up paint, followed by fine rubbing compound after it is fully cured.
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