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Old 07-18-2014, 06:34 PM   #1
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Tree branch scrapes side of coach.

Hello, Backing my coach into a site I came too close to tree branches. Could someone tell me how to get these out. I have tried cleaner wax and a mild scratch remover but they did not do the job. Thanks for any help. (Blueseal)
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Might have to use a compound and a buffer. Use caution cause you can easily burn the paint. Might need an expert here. If you can feel the scratches rubbing your finger over them chances are they will not buff out. An expert may be able to help you better than I.

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Have a professional/body shop look at it.......and see what someone that deals with scratched paint has to say before taking a chance on making your problem worse.......
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Have a professional/body shop look at it.......and see what someone that deals with scratched paint has to say before taking a chance on making your problem worse.......

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