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Cosmicsniper

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#1 posted 631 days ago

My dad once bought a new truck and he immediately put a scratch on it, on purpose. When I asked why, he said, ” Now I don’t have to worry about scratching it.” I thought that was absurd at the time. Now, I think it’s pretty smart.

I would attempt to use a ball-peen hammer to work down the raised metal, then sand smooth with some WD-40 and small piece of fine grit sand paper, if necessary. Seriously, that last step is probably unnecessary and will make the “repair” more obvious.

But that’s just the first of many dings and scratches to come! Kinda sad.

BTW, I’d recommend anything from Stone Brewery to help you through these traumatic times.

-- jay, www.allaboutastro.com


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