Dog clawmarks.

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Sean Trollope
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Dog clawmarks.

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Guys i have a problem. Yesterday the stupid dog decided to jump up into my car while chasing something. Not sure what but its really messed the paint on my right front fender. Any advice on how to "remove" the scratches without compromising the clear coat. Imagei have only rinsed the area with water. I have not yet applied any soaps and or polishes yet.

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Re: Dog clawmarks.

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Try least abrasive method first. You can grab a rubbing compound you could apply by hand (Builders/Game/Crazy Detailer)
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Re: Dog clawmarks.

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Try Meguiars Ultimate Compound, its freely available at builders/game/makro, etc. It's not aggressive so wont take too much of the clear. Some rubbing compound I find too abrasive for such scratches.
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Re: Dog clawmarks.

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Alright thanks.

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