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Old 12-05-2012, 03:33 PM
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scratches in my hood

some of the stray cats in my neighborhood have gotten on my hood and put some scratches in my hood on the black decal part, just wondering what would be a good way to remove them
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Must be something with the Sublimes lol a couple of days ago I noticed cat prints on my Hood. I dont know how you would remove scratches on the vynil maybe some back to black by mothers it will shine it up really good buy idk about removing scratches.
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Oh, you meant the scratches...
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haha. its on the black part...not sure how to repair that....
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Oh if it's on the vinyl...no way to really repair that. I believe your best bet is replacing the vinyl.
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Great , well I doubt there is any place in my area who could do that
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Dealership can or you could get the new vinyl from Rider Graphix.

If the scratches are pretty fine you could try this process starting at 4:00
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