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This is a discussion on keyed car within the Automotive Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. So 2 weeks ago someone took a knife to my new gloss white Mazda cx-30. The scratch goes from the


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Old 05-04-2020, 11:46 PM   #1
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So 2 weeks ago someone took a knife to my new gloss white Mazda cx-30. The scratch goes from the driver's side handle almost all the way to the back of the rear passenger door. Does anyone know any method of removing scratches deeper than the clear coat without the use of power tools(or at least make it look pleasing to the eye?) I really don't want to spend $1900 on something I didn't do
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Might work with a light (not very rough) compound followed by a good waxing. Without seeing the damage it's difficult giving the exact remedy.
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Old 05-16-2020, 06:09 PM   #3
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Got it keyed again. Luckily my mechanic managed to get it under one deductible... plus my windscreen. I tried making it look as good as possible, but I figured since the car is so new, it should be fixed professionally. Plus I've found I'm terrible at detail work. Ultimately I saved $3,400.
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