Start With 3M blending pad or you can use sandpaper electro oxide
220/400/600/800/1000/2000 then you should be fine.
I prefer the sandpaper, its faster just be careful because to much pressure can remove the grain although that will still take awhile so you would notice
I am actually removing my grain to have a mirror like finish.
But you can just go with grain only both wet and dry sand
Good luck its a loooong process but can be done cheaply
I've done two fenders and the t top and that's taken me about 60 hours, yes 60!
But just scratches should be a fraction on that
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