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Old 04-28-2002   #1  
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Scratched my rear bumper!!!

The other day, after buying some stuff, I was backing up and low and behold there was a little set of bushes behind the car that I really did'nt see. When I heard the car smash into the branches, I slammed on the brakes. Oh ****, what have I done. I got out and saw minor hairline scratches and thought, eh. When I got home, I saw that there were two deep scratches on the bumper. Not long, but like a half inch long and kinda deep. I put polish on them, and WOW, the thin ones dissappeared. The others seemed to vanish as well. Now, is there anything else I can do to make them disappear. You really don't notice unless your right up on them. And yes, I did a search.
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I know this might sound shady, but try using that turtle wax stuff. It is the bottle of black wax that comes with the "lipstick" stuff. I tried the red stuff on my old truck and it worked ok, but it seems to me that the black would work better!
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Sounds like a plan. Thanks.
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Fraga; if you really care, go to a place like dent wizard; i went there for a lil scratch on the bumper and he sanded it down and filled it with the honda touch up paint....i think he also sanded it a lil.. he got it to look perfect ....35 dollars[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-cool.gif[/IMG]
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