ColorTone Scratch Remover

ColorTone Scratch Remover

ColorTone Scratch Remover 8-oz. bottle

8-oz. bottle

Item # 1998
In stock, ready to ship!


ColorTone Scratch Remover 2-oz. bottle

2-oz. bottle

Item # 1997
In stock, ready to ship!


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ColorTone Scratch Remover

About This Item

Finally a safe way to remove fine scratches from finishes. ColorTone Scratch Remover is a safe and easy way to remove fine finish scratches from new or old finishes. Safe for all finishes and contains no silicone that can do damage and complicate repairs.

Scratches from picks and play wear are annoying, but they do not need to be permanent. You can easily remove them without complicated buffing equipment. Restore a factory look easily at home or in your shop. Great for pickguards too.

Clean the area first (we suggest our Clean + Shine), then apply the Scratch Remover to a clean cloth. Work into the scratches until they disappear, repeat and let dry to a haze. Buff with a clean cloth until smooth and shiny. Follow up with Clean + Shine for best results.

A fine factory finish is not only for new instruments. We make finishes, and we developed this as the safest scratch treatment out there. Our Scratch Remover also does not contain harmful silicone, which can cause cratering and "fisheyes" in finishes, and make future repairs much more difficult.

Make your old finish new again with ColorTone Scratch Remover.

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Great for pickguards and hazing !


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I used the scratch guard on my 1979 Gibson ES-347 to remove the hazing on the front upper f hole from years of resting my exposed forearm while I’m playing. I first used clean and shine than the scratch remover than clean and shine again as recommended on the bottle. Worked like a charm. Took that dullness away and brought the shine back. Also worked great on my pick guard. But be careful around gold plated pickup covers. Tends to take the finish off. Mask them if your going to do the pickguard.