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Hiya, as already mentioned its most likely a smart repair of some kind, I do many scratch touch ups such as this, and particularly with Silver you can make them considerably better. Touching up the scratch correctly would be building the paint up above the original paint, and once it has fully cured, the touch up can be wet flatted out very carefully with the correct wet flat paper, of course this will leave flat paint with no shine, so a machine with the correct pad and polish combination is used to return the gloss of the paint, and leaving the scratch almost invisible :)