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Old 07-20-2003, 03:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a bunch of little nics and small scrathes on my 633csi and i was just wondering what is the best method or approach to fixing and conceling these things. Any help would be great. thanks
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I'm going to move you down into the "Car Wash" where you'll get more responds..

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If they are light a good glaze might work (I used mothers stage 2 polish and meguiars show car glaze #7) depending on how deep they are. For deeper ones you could try Meguiars Sratch-X.
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