Originally Posted by WhtEdge
Depends on the scratch. I would have to see it to determine if it would buff out. Lets say it is able to be though. What I use is a high speed buffer with a foam egg crate looking bad on it. I wet sand the area with 1500-2000 grit then use the buffer with some stuff from 3M called Finese It (spelling??). There are other products that will work the same though, I just like the 3M stuff. I then use a swirl remover/ polish by hand or using an orbital. I had never had any swirl marks using the 3M stuff though. You can get the foam pads and 3M stuff at English Color or any other auto body supply store. That's where I go anyway. If you don't have or have not used a high speed buffer you may want to get someone else to do it for you. Just be careful with it. Most body shops would not charge you much to buff it out. May want to stop by a reputable shop and ask. If you were in the Plano area I would be more than glad to take care of it for you but my buffer took a crap on me a while back.
i agree with what he said, if it is in the paint you can reclear it, if i has gone to metal, make the kid pay for it
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