I don't have experiance with that exact item. However, the normal technique is to start with a semi-cource sand paper (Say 100 grit) and work your way through different numbers untill you get to the finest grit sandpaper.(higher number=finer) Then move to a rubbing or polishing compound. This of cource doesn't work if its paint that is scrached :angry:
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Hmmm, how deep are the scratches? You could probably buff it out. For deep scratches, find yourself a person that can weld aluminum. Fill up the scratch and the sand it back down. Have you thought about just painting the case? I havent seen that done on the G5 yet. -maestro
speaking of painting. I wonder if there is much difference between the newest iteration of G5 cases and the pre-dual core g5 cases. i so very much want a custom painted case, but want to keep the original pristine.
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