Thanks for cleaning this up Chiba.:AOKIf you have something constructive to add to the thread - you know, like actually ANSWERING THE GUY'S QUESTION - please do so. Otherwise, leave it alone.
I can't believe I had to remove 2 pages' worth of posts b/c some of you can't play nice with the other kids.
I had good luck with Meguiar's ScratchX too. I used it on a black guitar and it left the spot I used it on just as shiny as the rest of the guitar.Don't know whether it's the same stuff, but I've used Meguiar's ScratchX Fine Scratch & Swirl Remover very successfully - it's available in the UK.
So you are saying your maid or housekeeper did this to your guitars? If that's what you are saying, AND if they are still employed by you, I'd follow the suggestions above, but I'd make them do each and every one to your satisfaction and under your supervision. We had a housekeeper that took steel wool to all of our water faucets, and that made me mad enough. Who in their right mind would clean a guitar with something like that? That person surely would do that to you fine wood furniture, would they? I am sure they had a good heart when they decided to do this, but still... common sense? No!Nightmare:
The cleaner took out some polish/kitchen roll and decided that it was high time my guitars were cleaned.......
All the surfaces are now scratched as hell and look like poo.
any idea how to get the tissue paper damage off?????