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Bumper scuffs; a question of detail
Topic Started: Fri Jul 14, 2017 3:20 pm (1,044 Views)
nsx_j
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I have acquired two scuffs - one on the bumper and one on the side skirt as below. How should I go about making them good?

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James
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Please.
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optimusprime
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I did a good job on my wifes car .Pick up some 1500 grit wet and dry .And work on it ,after your happy with the finish , then polishing it with T cut . Then give it a spray of silicon .Or just use black to balck but the whole bummper will need the B TO B tratment after
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Thanks optimus..
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See a paint factor or very specialised car spares shop and buy textured aerosol paint. Prep and mask as for normal paint and......spray !
Instant professional repair B)
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