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scratch repair myths..

Posted by Camrahnbay on May 29, 2009 at 19:29:07:

Can a scratch be repaired succesfully?
I haven't talked to anyone that thinks it can be done but see advertisments for scratch repair?
Is there a way? And if so,what might it be?
Body shops I have talked with say they would have to paint the whole door.
I would imagine in the world full of inovations there must be some trick that the experts use.Does anyone have the knowledge on this subject as it will really help.