You can try using an automotive polish/swirl remover then an automotive wax. I don't know what the chemicals would do to your particular plastic, so try it out first. I have found this effective to remove faint marks from automotive paint and plastics( such as mirror housings). These have a little grit in them which will scrub down the paint a little. I used to refurbish cars/jeeps, and used this to touch up my touchup work. You can use 600-1000 grit sandpaper for more extreme 'scrubbing'. These techniques may leave 'burn' marks where you have scrubbed out the texturing of the plastic. A less extreme technique would be to just use some softened canning wax in the scratch, then polish with some 'pledge' furniture cleaner. This is the safest, and probably what I would do.
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