There is simply is no way to avoid scratches in your vehicle’s paint. You can wax regularly, park at the back of the parking lot, and avoid dirt roads and you’ll still acquire a scratch or two. Regardless of how far you park, someone will park next to you and leave their shopping cart meandering around your delicate paint. And no matter how careful you try to be, a pebble will hit your hood at some point. These are the automotive facts of life. If you can’t prevent them, your next step is to correct them. Try Mothers California Gold Scratch Remover on all your minor surface scratches.
The people at Mothers love cars so much they made it their job to take care of them. Little scratches upset them just as much as they upset you. That’s why Mothers California Gold Scratch Remover works so well to remove scratches and restore the factory finish to your vehicle. This gentle formula smoothes over scratches without scratching the surrounding area or abrading the clear coat. Your paint will look as perfect as the day you drove it off the lot.
Mothers California Gold Scratch Remover rubs the edges of the scratch until they blend with the rest of the surface. Just pour a small amount onto a clean Cobra Microfiber Towel or terry cloth towel and rub over the scratch in a circular motion several times. Wipe the excess away with a clean cloth. The formula is not abrasive enough to abrade the clear coat; it just smoothes rough edges so that the surface is uniform. California Scratch Remover will save your paint!
Mothers California Gold Scratch Remover is intended for minor surface scratches only. If you can catch your fingernail in the scratch, it will require something more abrasive than this to remove it.
Mothers California Gold Scratch Remover is a true polish and has no protective properties. Apply a protective coat, like Mothers California Gold Pure Carnauba Wax, after using the scratch remover.
Scratches are a fact of life for your vehicle. Protect it when you can, but keep a bottle of Mothers California Gold Scratch Remover on hand for the times you can’t.