#1
Alrights, so... I'm a... intermediate guitar player, and have been playing for about a year. Anyways, I currently have a Samick LK-35DOS, and it is full of hair sized scratches all over it, and a few HUGE ones on the back, and one tiny paint chip on the side. I intend on selling for money to buys meself a Les Paul. I need to get these few things fixed up to sell it. Do you guys have any suggestions towards fixing the imperfections in order to get some cash?
#2
that clear nail polish/hardener type stuff

just put some on the little stick thing and brush it so its even with your finish, then let it dry
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#4
not sure about car polish, unless its a finish sealer, then it might
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#5
I don't think car polish will work. The only thing I know about is what the geezer before said clear nail varnish....
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#6
Usless you're thinking T-cut, That'll get the scratches out..... and take the top layer of paint iff too....which is bad
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