For light scratches like the person left with some from a "cleaner wax", use a new, high quality microfiber cloth and some very fine polishing compound and/or advance mid to fine cut. . .. rubbing (here's the key) . . . very gently.
Take time polish in different linear directions diagonally across the scratched area back and forth. Then switch to small circular rubbing patterns . .. Again, rubbing gently and long till a smooth scratch free shine results.
Several goes at it may be needed.
Also, if there are scratches from a good quality cleaner wax, they may be from the type of cloth used rather than the wax.
I've seen people try and polish out fine scratches with polish and paper towels.
Not a good combination. That insures scratches in the clear coat.
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