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Old 04-06-2008, 04:19 PM   #1
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Hello All: Well, I try to keep my motor home looking pretty good and I do my best to not bump , dent , etc. but....I went to Redrock Canyon State park here in California and thats were I screwed up. I now have two five foot long scratches running along the pasenger side of the MH from bushes that I got a bit to close too. I already tried some "scratch out" solution that I had and it did not work....any possible ideads or will I have a reminder of redrock forever. Thanks!
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Hello All: Well, I try to keep my motor home looking pretty good and I do my best to not bump , dent , etc. but....I went to Redrock Canyon State park here in California and thats were I screwed up. I now have two five foot long scratches running along the pasenger side of the MH from bushes that I got a bit to close too. I already tried some "scratch out" solution that I had and it did not work....any possible ideads or will I have a reminder of redrock forever. Thanks!
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Steve, KIT makes "Scratch Out", scratch and haze remover. I have used this on my cars with good success in removing parking lot shopping cart bruses. The label says it's safe for clear coat paint.

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thanks Fred, the kit scratch removal is great, I have used it before, I tried it on the scratch and it faded it but its still shows pretty bad. Is there any thing else that anyone has tried? What scares me if that the Kit did not work. I have used it on a boat before and it was great.
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I have tried the scratch out twice now (just in case) and its not working. Well, if anyone has ever tried any other products for scratch removal that they were happy with I would appreciate the info, as always, thanks everone for any help.
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Go to a auto paint supplier and talk to them about your problem. They probably will have something that will work. It may not be cheap but it will work.

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