Does anyone know of a good scratch remover for a black car?

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Asked by Oct 17, 2015 at 03:47 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I use Turtle Wax Color Magic, first I treat the scratch with the mastic stick then wax the car. If the scratches are really light then you can use some white polishing compound, followed with a good car wax. HTH

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How much does that turlte wax cost?

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E-Bay has it for 12.55 right now.

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Turtle was is the way to go. We have a 2005 GMC Yukon Xl in Onyx Black and it had been waxed. After getting it in April this year, I started noticing scratches a few months later after many many washes! Looked brand new at first!!!!!!!!!!!!

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That's really odd I got mine in April also and did exactly the same thing, looked almost brand new then these little hairline scratches started to show up only I had hand washed mine about 3 times using mequires car wash. Used this wax and no more scratches, the only drawback with this wax is it seems to be a bit soft, I have used the wax 3 times, spring ,summer and just go a coat on for fall, won't be able to wax it the winter, just too wet.

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