i know t-cut gets rid of scratches but its quite like abrassive, so not sure youd wana use it on such a new car.
maybe someone else can suggest something else. very annoying tho a scratch already. im soooo paranoid about taking mine to work, we have an awful car cark, think i might have to put up with the bird poo/tree sap by parking it under the trees to its less likely to get hit by other drivers as the first bit is alot easier to fix!
I'm going to use AutoGylm Super Resin Polish on my car, and then Autoglym extra gloss protection. (I put some extra protection on yesterday, and it leaves a tough coat! I had a small watermark on the paintwork from washing, and it is now under the protective layer and wont buff out easily!! lol
I need to polish that out and then use the protection again.
The extra gloss protection is easy to do. You wipe it on without pressure to leave a wet coat, then after an hour, just buff it off for a mirror finish. (Just make sure the bodywork is free of water marks etc....)
So for a small scratch, I think Super Resin Polish, then the Extra Gloss Protection. (Amazon had the best prices)