yeah very safe on nitro, I used it on my R0 two years ago no issues what so ever as a result. I actually did the whole top to remove the vos treatment, and its now a very glossy finish. that mark will need a 1/4 in drop of compound to do.
i have used micro fibre but found/prefer the gibson cloths work better. also whichever cloth you use there is very little pressure required. i would do a few circular passes over the scratch, wipe of and visually inspect to see if more passes needed,
Hey All, I have this in another thread but maybe it's worth being it's own thread. A few months ago I bought a guitar I wasn't able to check out in person. The seller told me the guitar had a heavy smoke smell that had prevented other buyers from taking it home. Since I, A. Have a very weak...
This is my post from a sister site. Ultimately the D'Addario Restore did 100% of the scratch removal on the Les Paul Firebrand. I didn't use anything else on that guitar at all.
Honestly though, I wouldn't worry about your scratch at all.