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    Need Recommendation: Top Notch Paint Detailer in Maryland

    I need a first class paint detailer to deal with a shallow hairline scratch on otherwise perfect paint. If anyone can give someone a strong recommendation - I'd appreciate it. I'm looking for someone with a strong experience.


    Thanks,
    Alan

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    Check with Randy Coffey at http://www.waxmycar.com/ in Herndon.
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    Was that you at Watkins Glen, Alan? Have you considered a clear bra?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronh21 View Post
    Was that you at Watkins Glen, Alan? Have you considered a clear bra?

    That was me.

    (The hairline seems to be in the clearcoat only)

    I am probably going to put a clear bra on in Fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan View Post
    That was me.

    (The hairline seems to be in the clearcoat only)

    I am probably going to put a clear bra on in Fall.
    Of course I have no idea how bad this scratch really is, but I have always had great success with Scratch Out. You may want to try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevKaos View Post
    Of course I have no idea how bad this scratch really is, but I have always had great success with Scratch Out. You may want to try it.
    I'm going to try an experienced detailer first since it is on the hood. I don't want to attempt a DIY with uncertain results. I do appreciate your idea though.

    Alan

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