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Turd Furgeson
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As I am familiar with them they don't really work. Body shops can do that stuff cheap sometimes. Like if you have a few dings scratches, and tar or whatever. they'llcut you a deal, and make your ride look tight, you just need a guy who is not a ****head like a lot of body shop owners. No offense to all nice body shop people on the forum and abroad.
 

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If I might inject my 2 cents worth...

I've had scratches on my car before, but just into the clearcoat and not the paint itself. I used Mothers scratch remover and it did a reasonable job. Of course you have to use good judgement, otherwise you'll ruin the clearcoat.

And Bennitto is right, watch out for some of these bodyshops, they can be real butchers.

No offense!
 

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Living up Boost
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Hey there,

I just scratched one of my quarter panels. Its a light scratch about 6 inches long

My car is aztec red in color. Any ideas of what type of scratch remover I should use? Thanks in advance,

-saaby

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Red 99 SE with: CAI, Stillen Front STB, Redline MT90, ES Motor Mounts (4-set)
 
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