A potential workaround:
Any site on the stack exchange network, when you scroll down to the footer, your find that link that says Contact:
When you click on that, you could select the "Other" category and describe your issue.
Sure, that is an awkward way to go about "content moderation", but in the end, you are correct: you need those minimal amounts of ...
Everyone is entitled to request a comment to be deleted. There is even a feature for it, right in front of the comment and takes the form of a flag. The difference of using a flag is that your comment will be gone without you noticing or being notified, assuming a mod agrees your comment is no longer needed.
Comments should be used to ask for clarification ...
I removed it, though I was a little wary.
While your comment described exactly what should be done it was a little harsh and apparently taken badly by the other party who replied with
omg someones salty
In this case it seems that it was taken as a downvote particularly because it was a competing answer rather than a constructive comment and was just ...
What should I do to let moderators know that I think a comment should be undeleted?
Hand up, I handled that flag.
You did the right thing by flagging, however there were not enough characters available to explain why I didn't undelete your comment.
You said in the flag text:
I left a comment on this answer explaining how it could be improved. It seems ...