Like Murr said, try a few more times.
Don't forget to apply wax after the process. The UC would have removed all remaining wax on the surface.
I have some of these pads: http://www.amazon.com/Viking-Cotton-...applicator+pad
Should I try using those instead next time or doesn't it matter?
Generally dont want the terry ones.
'08 Subaru Legacy 2.5i SE - Newport Blue Pearl
Just did some more applications. I think I'm going to stop now haha. Don't want to take off the clearcloat. Anyways, the scratch doesn't really look like a scratch now, it kind of looks like an indentation underneath the clearcoat? I can only see it when I get on my knees and look real close at the fender. When I rub my fingernail over it, it feels completely smooth. I think I am satisfied now. I'm going to put a new coat of wax on and see how it looks. I tried to get a picture of how it looks now, but it's too hard to take a picture of.
Just took a few pictures. What do you guys think?
That looks good! I would leave it as is now. Only you will know where the scratch was, At minimum, it's the best you can hope for. When using, scatchx or ultimate compound, keep working the product into the area until it almost dissolves, this will allow the product to work back into a beautiful shine, however, it's not unusual too make a few passes with it.
Thanks guys. I'll probably leave it alone then. Don't want to make it worse.
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