Gouge or scratch in FG - Fiberglass RV

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Old 05-31-2014, 10:46 AM   #1
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Gouge or scratch in FG

My friend went to put my gravel shield back on and scratched or gouged above the window area with the gravel shield hardware. I tried waxing it with meguiars but it's obviously a scratch cuz it wouldn't come out.

There's a chip in the FG above the scratch or gouge which I can use marine tex on but should I use that on the gouge? I have a dremel with a buffing and polishing kit too. Not sure if that would work with some polishing compound. Any thoughts?

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