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You can easily repair this with metal polish and buff the scratches out. I think I have seen a video before I will see if I can find it.
I have done this on my own and it looked brand new! It kind of makes a mess though since the buffing wheel flicks polish around.
Do you have a drill? You don't necessarily need one as you can do it by hand. Maybe the babysitter can be the muscle! Probably a lot neater to do it by hand also.
Here, I found the video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb0pvAxlZx4
With a soft cloth you would buff it out. There are buffing cloths available at any hardware store. Certainly an option.
Hard for me to say. I use Lucas but I do not use enough of it to have a very strong opinion. Lucas works very good for me though.
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I think it will work. You will pay a lot to get it repaired. The cost of repairing yourself is minimal so it is certainly worth attempting. I believe the chances of buffing the scratch out are very very good that you can do on your own.
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