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This is a discussion on scratches on the dashboard within the Cockpit and Cabin forums, part of the Tutorials & DIY category; i was installing my stereo when i made a few scratches on my dashboard. they arent deep at all. just ...

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    scratches on the dashboard

    i was installing my stereo when i made a few scratches on my dashboard. they arent deep at all. just a little bit of white showing. any recommendations of how to get rid of my eyesores?
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    Sorry Jim, I have tried and tried to cover panal/dash scratches.

    It seems thier is a thin translucent coating on the dam plastic.

    Anyone else found a cure?



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    Light sandpaper? Try getting the finest sandpaper you can get and just scratching at them until you can level them all out.

    I cant really think of anything else.
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    sorry about the double post...but wont that mess up the color of the dashboard and cause more problems?
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    don't use nothing less than 2000 grit used for polishing automotive paint but i never tried it
    This is just a caution don't try to use 60 grit or you'll sand a whole instead

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