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Advice on cleaning / waxing and tiny scratch marks

So I recently bought a 2013 V6 Deep impact blue MCA Mustang.

I was wondering if anyone here can give me some advice on what products to use to clean, wax and dry the mustang.. as well as what I should do about very faint light scratch marks I found on a section of the body, unfortunately. Can these be removed from store bought procedures?

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this is the stuff I use. takes a while to learn what and when to do but that blue will need attention (a lot of it) to get back right and a bunch of attention to keep it that way.

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The best store bought stuff is meguirs ultimate compound. Very good quality stuff. Can be used by hand, just make sure car is cool and out of the sun. Check out the autogeek forum lots of great info.


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Griot's Garage

I have used Griot's Garage products for some time. They are high quality and do an excellent job of removing scratches, etc.

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I use a dab of 3M rubbing compound, and then clean off and wax immediately. Works great for superficial scratches.
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++++1 on the Meguiars Ultimate Compound... That stuff is like voodoo it's so good!

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Check out the Show and Shine section on this forum. Lots of good info there

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