live life at redline
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Vermilion (Cleveleland), Oh
Try using a clay bar to get all the oxidization off, then use a good rubbing compound. Follow that up with a good wax, preferable a nano wax. That was what we used to use at the dealership I detailed cars for in college. It didn't take them completely away, but certainly helped to make them less noticeable. Meguiars has a decent product out called Ultimate Compound. Haven't used it myself, but I've heard decent reviews of it.