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I am having a similar experience with mine. On the one scratch that I have (mostly) fixed, I put the smallest amount of touch up paint on the scratch that would cover the scratch, let it dry for a couple of minutes, then scraped the excess off with my finger nail. Then I polished it with some of the stuff that is supposed to get scratches out which is just expensive polishing compound. That took a couple of trys to get just so, I wiped all off right away with a clean cloth if I didn't like the way it looked. I am still not satisfied with the result though. The scratch is still visible just painted. I would like for it to be filled in so as to be invisible. It seems to me that the paint needs thinning down, probably with toluene. Also a brush with only a couple of hairs would be good. Someone who knows what they are doing HELP US OUT! Please

I'll post pics of the results in a couple of hours, gota get em off the vid cam
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