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Default Scratch Remover for Wheels

Is Mother's Scratch Remover safe for clear coated wheels? Just want to remove some minor scratches.
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Default Re: Scratch Remover for Wheels

Scratch Remover should be fine for the tough clearcoats or plasticized coatings on modern wheels. Follow with a cleaner wax or pure wax.

For a one-step process, we recommend our Plastic Polish or the new PowerPlastic, but sometimes you have to try a couple of approaches before getting the desired results.
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