I retract my statement... this shit does work... if you use it for a long time by hand in one spot, it does make the scratch blend in and makes it hard to see... if you use a buffer is does an even better job in less time... I highly recommend this shit now... I'll show pics tomorrow
I used it on my old car...its basically drawing with a crayon over a scratch and buffing it and waxing it...it kinda works for minor scratches i guess. I'll tell ya what, it wasn't like the commercial where the guy scratches rocks and gravel into the hood of his Ferrari or whatever and then poof, all the scratches are gone---yeah, thats not true. You might be able to buy a miracle, but not for $10. Good luck.
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