Turtle Wax Colour Magic - good for surface scratches?

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    I noticed yesterday whilst claying/polishing/waxing that there are quite a few superficial scratches on my passenger front door. Looks like I could have picked up some grit on the sponge, can't think of anything else that may have occured. None of them are all that deep, but are noticeable.

    Not going to go the the expense of re-spraying the door, so would Colour magic be a cheap and quick alternative. How long does it last for - I assume regular washing will erode it fairly quickly? I assume you have to do the whole panel. I'm concerned then that the door will look a different "shade" to the rest of the car, given that the colour is Sparkling Graphite, and I think Turtle Wax just do a generic "Grey"?

    Or are there better options?

    Car is almost two years old.
     
     

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    Have a look at the 'Detailing Handbook'. Its a sticky at the top of this section.
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