First off, Happy New Year to everyone!! I am heading out this afternoon for West Texas for the white tail season closing weekend. The coach will sit in the driveway unitl February when we are heading down to the Florida Keys for a week of golf and fishing. While on one of my West Texas trips recently I got stuck between a rock and a hard place (literally) and ended up scratching up one side of the coach compliments of some mesquite trees. The scratches are not deep and everyone tells me that they will buff out. My question of the week is what do I use to buff it out? Do I use a light polishing compound on an electric buffing wheel? I have a large compressor so I could purchase an air powered unit as well. Has anyone ever had to do this, and if so what type of buffer and compound do you recommend? As usual I appreciate your input and advice.