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Hey Guys,
Ive never really noticed how many scratches in the clear coat :shock: till the other day. i was wondering if you guys knew of anything that i can use to take them out like a wax or something that will make it look like they were never there. they are not very deep just very fine scratchs that you can only see in the bright light of mid-day
 

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Mothers glaze. Found at almost any auto parts store. Had an 05 in the same boat and it did wonders for it.

Be sure to wax it afterwards as the glaze is not a wax but a polishing type compound. Took me most of a day to do mine by hand.


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Thanks man I will have to try it.
Was there a special way you put the glaze on or is it like wax???
 

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Just like a wax. In areas with more/deeper scratches you might have to rub longer. Just be patient with it.

Also I saw a neighbor tape off all the black on his truck with blue painters tape. Looked like a pretty good idea too keep the wax from turning your black plastic white


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ok thanks once again ill make sure to pick some up next time im in town.
 

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3m has a 3 step polishing process with a rudding coumpound a polish and a swirl mark remover use a high speed buffer she will look new again.
 

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waxing them will just cover them buffing them will get rid of them for ya
 
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