I would definitely invest the $13 in a bottle of 3M Imperial Hand Glaze. It is simply amazing. Most paint shop supply stores sell it and every body shop uses it. It is non abrasive and takes out swirls, small scratches etc. I had a 3 inch long scratch down to the primer on my front fender until last week. I filled the scratch with my touch up that I had made. Any paint supplier can make touch up for you for about $10. I used Shermin Williams. Make sure if you have touch up made, that you tell them it will be used for touch up not just paint. But I'm getting ahead of myself…. Anyway I filled the scratch and let it sit for a week. I then used 2000 grit automotive sandpaper soaked overnight in water and kept wet to sand the new paint level to the old stuff. When I got done with sanding the scratch was gone but the finish was dulled. I went over the area with the 3M hand glaze and then waxed it with Blitz wax. It is gone!! You can't tell it was ever there - I mean literally it blends so perfectly that you can't see where it was. There is a great write up on this procedure in the Car Care Specialties booklet that they will send you for free. This is the first time I have had the Cajones to try it on my car and it is simply amazing. I'm now going to go around and touch up all the rest of the small stuff!!
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