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Old 08-12-2005, 03:05 PM   #1
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Clearcoat Polishing

At this point I have no desire to strip the clearcoat and polish my A/S to make it look like a mirror. At least, not yet.

I do, however, want to make the exterior to look nice and clean. Right now I have some parts of the skin that are scuffed with black rubber or something similar. Is there a way to polish the clearcoat to remove this scuffing without damaging the clearcoat?

Thanks in advance.

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