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Fixing fine scratches and swirl marks on a topsheet?

Would using Turtle Wax Scratch and Swirl Remover help buff out small cosmetic scratches and swirl marks? I have attached what I have in mind...It says safe for all finishes. Check it out.

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try it, i dont think it will hurt. i may give it a go...
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try it, i dont think it will hurt. i may give it a go...
I think I will. I may try it on the wifes skiis first.
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I think I will. I may try it on the wifes skiis first.
its fine. just will make it nice and shiny and deep
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its fine. just will make it nice and shiny and deep
Will it remove the fine scratches and swirl marks?
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Will it remove the fine scratches and swirl marks?
it should as long as they arent deep.

hit it up with some paint wax if you want that super shine... and then some paint polish on time

treat your top sheet like your car
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