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1985-1992 Fleetwood, 1993 Sixty Special, All FWD Forum Discussion, 01' Deville Scratch in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; image-1506771367.jpg I have this Annoying scratch that isn't very deep on back driver side door. Is there any products that ...
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    01' Deville Scratch

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    I have this Annoying scratch that isn't very deep on back driver side door. Is there any products that could help me remove some of it ??

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    Your gonna need a decent buffer and a good compound. Can you tell if its just the clear coat. If it is you have a better chance, you can also buy one of those clear coat pens and fill it in. YouTube has some good videos for removing scratches. But most flashy products blow. Hit up a auto paint store and get a quality rubbing compund.

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    Re: 01' Deville Scratch

    ............ or take a look at the scratch removal kit in www.customchemicalpkg.com . Available online or at many large parts stores.

    If the scratch is deep enough - into the paint itself or even to the primer/metal, nothing will satisfactorily remove it. That's body shop time.

    Look at www.paintscratch.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninjobitch
    Your gonna need a decent buffer and a good compound. Can you tell if its just the clear coat. If it is you have a better chance, you can also buy one of those clear coat pens and fill it in. YouTube has some good videos for removing scratches. But most flashy products blow. Hit up a auto paint store and get a quality rubbing compund.
    It isn't down to paint yet. So yes I will try turtle wax clear coat pen. Thanks for help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Submariner409
    ............ or take a look at the scratch removal kit in www.customchemicalpkg.com . Available online or at many large parts stores.

    If the scratch is deep enough - into the paint itself or even to the primer/metal, nothing will satisfactorily remove it. That's body shop time.

    Look at www.paintscratch.com
    Thanks for the help ..,

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