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    the only way to permenatly fix this would be to machine polish it,

    depending on how bad the scratches are, and how much time you have

    you could just glaze it with poor boys black hole every couple of months

    but a rotary or dual action polisher is the way to go
     
     

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    what exactly is this poor boys as I have heard of it before and I presume it just hides the light scratches?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckl139 View Post
    what exactly is this poor boys as I have heard of it before and I presume it just hides the light scratches?
    its a glaze, gives a deep gloss

    you apply it before waxing,

    it has lots of fillers in it, fil the scratches and hides them, it eventually washes away

    I use it between polishes to hide marks and swirls
     
     

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