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I have used it recently.. And was very happy with the results.

Here is one before, in between and after(added a mid-removal pic)

https://imgur.com/gallery/08wtN
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If your fingernail catches on it, you're not buffing it out.
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I've got this exact one and used it recently. Any drill can be used with this, you just need to go slowly. Removed random paint scuffs and hairline scratches on my car from other people's car doors. Light hairline scratches are removable with this also. Took me less than 2 minutes to remove it all. Hope this helps.
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i have a long very thin not too deep scratch. i'm able to remove almost all kinds of scratches with dremel, abrasive toothpaste, polishing compound, wax. nothing works for this thin long scratch. many bad reviews for this kit. probably won't work for me.
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i have a long very thin not too deep scratch. i'm able to remove almost all kinds of scratches with dremel, abrasive toothpaste, polishing compound, wax. nothing works for this thin long scratch. many bad reviews for this kit. probably won't work for me.
If your fingernail catches on it, you're not buffing it out.
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thanks.
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Many reviews at amazon says it is good... is it worth a try for light scratches?? Ques for anyone who might have used it.
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I have used it recently.. And was very happy with the results.

Here is one before, in between and after(added a mid-removal pic)

https://imgur.com/gallery/08wtN
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Many reviews at amazon says it is good... is it worth a try ?? Ques for anyone who might have used it.
Probably not, most of these kits are junk without power tools, and as someone mentioned above, if your fingernail can catch it, its not coming out without resurfacing.
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I use 3M rubbing compound by hand with a rag in a small circular motion for almost any scuffs or light scratches (clear coat) and on almost every one you can't tell it was every scratched or scuffed. Doesn't take very long to do and a bottle goes a long way. I'm still using the same bottle I bought 5 years ago.
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Wonder if this works for phone screens, I suspect no
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Many reviews at amazon says it is good... is it worth a try for light scratches?? Ques for anyone who might have used it.
I've got this exact one and used it recently. Any drill can be used with this, you just need to go slowly. Removed random paint scuffs and hairline scratches on my car from other people's car doors. Light hairline scratches are removable with this also. Took me less than 2 minutes to remove it all. Hope this helps.
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I used this last year and it worked but after a few months my headlights were faded again. is there a coating to keep them clear for much longer?

sorry I thought this was for headlights.
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Many reviews at amazon says it is good... is it worth a try for light scratches?? Ques for anyone who might have used it.
To be perfectly honest, I have plenty of success of using only Meguiar's Ultimate Compound by hand for light scratches.
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I used this last year and it worked but after a few months my headlights were faded again. is there a coating to keep them clear for much longer?
You can UV clearcoat your headlights then you are good for a few years. Otherwise you can just apply a good carnuba wax regularly every couple of months to try to keep them from yellowing/fading.
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