Depends on how good you want it to look and how much you want to pay. You can get it perfect by repainting it--but it doesn't sound that bad. I would suggest going to the local Auto Parts store. Get some rubbing compound, designed to remove similar type of scratches from cars. Use it on a hidden area first (like a back lower corner) to make sure it doesn't dull the finish. Once you've done the rubbing compound there is usually either a finishing compound or even a wax based compound that will brighten it up. Again--try it on an inconspicuous area first. I've had worse scratches that went to the metal--fortunately, this stuff happens all the time with cars--so the auto industry has already solved these problems for us.
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