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Old 06-27-2019, 09:54 PM   #1
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Best and Best Budget Scratch Remover

What is the consensus with you guys?

My wife's car has a handful of minor scratches that are bugging me, and I'd like to take care of them as best I can by hand... the cheap route. I saw a few compounds on amazon that had good reviews for ~20 bucks?

What is the detailing forum that evryone uses now? I remember visiting one a long time ago but forgot and am not sure what it is called.
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Old 06-27-2019, 11:47 PM   #2
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Dallas Paint Correction:


A FB page for (they're a retailer that occasionally have really good sales, especially around the holidays):

Youtube channels:

Dallas Paint Correction

Apex Detail

Rag Company

Ammo NYC

Note the two different Dallas Paint Correction things. His Youtube channel has a ton of great "how tos" and product reviews. He recently started selling his own products. I haven't bought/used any yet, but they look good. His videos aren't quite the same as they were and he can be a little difficult to watch, but the info is really good.
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