You can try to buff it with liquid ebony but you must be extremely careful not to burn all the way through the clear coat. This will only work if you have not scratched all the way into the base coat. NOTE A good body man can fix most lite scratches for cheap.
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Depends on how deep the scratch is but yes clear coat can be "worked" but by someone who knows what they are doing. It can be removed via orbital buffer w/compound or wet sanded out.
Neither method are for beginners.
Try a Cleaner Wax which basically is a really mild compound and gently work it to see if you can diminish it OR take it to a Pro.
Won't be expensive.
I had a scratch from just below the trail badge all the way to above the rear flare (4 door and it went across the middle of both doors) I used the Meguiar's Scratch X2.0 on it and it is gone. The scratch was from a tree branch and was not deep.
Try one of those by hand or with a random orbital polisher so you do not burn through your paint. Always try the least abrasive one first then go to the tougher one if needed. The M205 should do the trick just fine though with minimal effort. They sell them both at autozone in the paint section.
Poor Boy;s Pro Polish 2 ( I think it is like 4000 grit). removed clear coat scratch n scuffs that did not cut to primer. You can burn with it on an orbital so be careful. I hand removed but a lot of buffing cycles if deep.
you can laugh at me if you like but if you put some Armour All on it (yes the same stuff you put on your vinyl interior)--you will be surprised what happens. That is the ticket for removing the marks left behind when you go through the alders and get all those scratches down the side from the branches. I use it all the time on my truck--don't worry about them on the jeep much.