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    Best way to fix these scratches ?

    Looking for the name of a product. It was a colored filler for SMC.

    Some nice dock rash i would like to clean up some.
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    OzarkYamMonster's Avatar
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    Hello, while I was out searching for a scratch buff product .. I did see a lot of Black-fill type products... so by your pics .... if black is the color your trying to fix ... you will have no problem. Go to auto parts. Hey if you ever come across anything thats works for Blue ... post it here

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    I have used color-rite on my blue FZR. It works ok... I didnt clear coat it so the color was a little off. IMO I would just buff the shit out of those scratches with some Meguiar's Scratch-X and then follow up with wax. The stuff is unbelieveable--obviously your scratches went through the paint, so they will still show but the Meguiar's will really help soften the edges and make them less noticeable. Or maybe use some black touch up paint and then Meguiar's over it. Just a thought.

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    If that's above the water line, icing will do the job. Of course it would need painted.

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