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Awlgrip Touch-Up

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Unfortunately Awlgrip is very difficult to repair and the smallest quantity sold is a quart.  You can't buff out awlgrip because it will scratch it and remove the high gloss.  If it's just a few small scratches you could use an artist brush and paint them in.

The best remedy is to bring it to a professional shop.


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