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Hello G. about your question, it depends a lot on where you are and the kind of market you are tackling, I currently live and work in Mexico City, therefore I am not up to date with what is being charged in the States or other countries, but for some guidance, I think for removing some scratches, charging half of what you would charge for some color and clear coating a part would be about fare enough. However whatever you charge is entirely up to you the goal should be to make the best money you can without losing costumers due to charging too much.