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      01-19-2013, 10:06 PM   #1
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Noob scratch and water spot removal question

So I picked up an 08 M3 a few months ago that have quite a bit of hard water spots on the trunk. I have tried menz 2500 but didn't get any of the spots out. I was going to try meg 105. However I went to the dealer for an oil change and I ended up getting the car washed too (I know, bad idea!). They ended up putting a nice scratch in the trunk. Does the 105 take out scratches, or should I try a different scratch remover? Which should I use first? Sorry for the noob question. I did a search but I'm still pretty lost on the whole process! Thanks.

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Yes you can feel he scratch. It's not super deep but you can certainly feel it.
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