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Now before i start, I know this isn't a permanent fix, there are some dents that need professional attention, the only reason i used this scratch remover is it was a cheap option to try and mask the damage as best i can, until after Christmas when i can afford the

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If it's into the paint, it's not going to fix it.. if it's just the top/clear coat, those products will work, otherwise go to the dealer and get the exact color for your car, they can match it up, and it comes in a little pen type applicator..

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The only scratch that has gone into the paint deeply is the little mark on the door lip there, you can see the silver metal underneath, would you say a pen will be sufficient or do i need to fill it first?!

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Pen will do that, if you do a few light coats. Just polish it in afterwards so it blends.

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Yep, here's what I did last year:

http://aphnetworks.com/forums/topic/5257-how-to-repair-deep-scratches-on-your-car-the-cheap-and-quick-way/

Paint over the scratch with thick enough layers of paint. Sand it down till it evens out, and then polish out the spot. If you're lazy just use a car detailing buffer and buff everything out with a filler type polish from your favorite car detailing store.

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