I agree on the TW wax with paint in it. I've used it for some scratches. Sometimes the wax pen works, sometimes the TW paint wax works. But you may need several coats, followed with some scratch remover/polishing compound. Don't press real hard and be patient. Usually a few coats will do the trick.
Remember, you will notice it from a few inches away. But can you see it while standing back, especially if you didn't know the scratch was there in the first place.
Get someone else to tell you if it's good enough. You're your own worse critic.
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