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Old 12-29-2018, 12:42 PM
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My Journey OF660 has a high gloss finish. It recently acquired a series of light scratches. Is there a method for improving their appearance? Thanks
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I have personal experience with this- excellent product

https://www.guitarscratchremover.com
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I normally use the following with good results:

http://www.accessories.daddario.com/...2-db53df4b14ad
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I have personal experience with this- excellent product

https://www.guitarscratchremover.com
This looks like it will be best for my needs.
Thanks for all replies.
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This looks like it will be best for my needs.
Thanks for all replies.
I'm reporting back on my use of the Eterna Shine product in the above link. Very, very good product that made a great improvement in the scratched area. I definitely recommend it. Please note that it is only for use on gloss finishes.
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I'm reporting back on my use of the Eterna Shine product in the above link. Very, very good product that made a great improvement in the scratched area. I definitely recommend it. Please note that it is only for use on gloss finishes.
Glad it worked for you! It did take some elbow grease but nothing has ever given me the same results. On a black guitar that showed every little thing the results were actually spectacular.
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