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Old 12-12-2004   #1
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removing light scratches on tint?

is there any way of removing/diminishing light scratches on window tint?
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naw prolly not on tint, might have to get it replaced.

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They make pens for tint scratches. it won't remove the scratches but will cover them up. Might have to go to your local tint shop to find one.
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