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    Scratch removale

    Has anyone figured out how to remove scratches from the do k? Scuffed up an 8 inch section of hull at the bond line...it's kinda driving me crazy. Just purchased bumpers but it's too late.


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    Yes, got a scratch too... I heard that you could use some fine sandpaper... But i would like to test it somewhere first...

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    Sand it out using heavy then to light grade ... Works well

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    Spark Scratch Repair

    A quick pass with a torch will "re-color" the area.. not too much though or it will get glossy.

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    I have done the flame torch it justs burns off the hairs . Or. Stringy plastic
    you can still tell

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    Hence u need to sand 800/1200/2000 grades

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