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      04-09-2013, 03:27 PM   #1
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scratches, tar marks what products do u use

so I recently evaluated my car and noticed a bunch of small scratches everywhere im a huge freeway and my bmw gets used daily from work to school to going out with my girl it works as much as I do. so what products do u use to remove unwanted scratches and tar marks??
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Honestly, check with the detailing sub-forum and
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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Meguiar-s-...pound/16550255

I've used this with success for light scratches and any bug and tar remover will help get rid of tar. Good luck.
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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Meguiar-s-...pound/16550255

I've used this with success for light scratches and any bug and tar remover will help get rid of tar. Good luck.
It also works on foggy headlights
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nice thanks guys ima look into this
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http://www.walmart.com/ip/Meguiar-s-...pound/16550255

I've used this with success for light scratches and any bug and tar remover will help get rid of tar. Good luck.
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3M bug and tar remover for tar. Sratches? Polish them out or use a filling wax or polish.
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3M bug and tar remover for tar. Sratches? Polish them out or use a filling wax or polish.
Wax does not contain abrasives. It is only a layer of protection for paint.
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See my write up on Scratch Removal Products. Thread written on 4/19.
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