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I use T-cut original for scratches, that you rub with a rag. This is a UK product that is a soft abrasive liquid, You maybe able to buy it in the USA or buy a similar product. Its less abrasive than buffing.
 

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While the "Junkman" can be long winded...his polishing advice it pretty good. Worth a look if you have the time.
I have used Adams 3-4 step process using a Porter Cable and have gotten remarkable results. Although, I have not done the smart as it is was kept in very good shape.
 
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