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Old 06-10-2011, 11:56 AM   #1
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Anyone use duplicolor to get rid of scratches?

So I noticed a pretty deep 1 footlong scratch on my fender the other day so I decided to give duplicolor a try. It went right through the paint. Has anyone ever used duplicolor and has before and after pics?
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Old 06-10-2011, 12:57 PM   #2
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So I noticed a pretty deep 1 footlong scratch on my fender the other day so I decided to give duplicolor a try. It went right through the paint. Has anyone ever used duplicolor and has before and after pics?
In the future,use The Blob Eliminator,I was very impressed by the end results and a breeze to use.
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Old 06-10-2011, 01:27 PM   #3
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In the future,use The Blob Eliminator,I was very impressed by the end results and a breeze to use.
I grew up in Port Jeff Sta. Haven't been back since 76.
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I grew up in Port Jeff Sta. Haven't been back since 76.
I've only been here 8 years, myself.I am where 347 meets 112 area.
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I hate to hijack this guys post so I'll say something about duplicolor. I've tried it on a black Mini and it worked as well as the other scratch removers I've tried and thrown away.

I graduated from JFK high school in 71. Back when it was still a junior high and the year before the new one was completed. I lived in back of the bowling alley on Radburn Lane.
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