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Old 05-03-2002   #1
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Rubber marks on side of car...

Some old lady in a huge buick ran across the side of my car today when i was working it didnt mess anything up or leave any dents.. only damage was 3 12" rubber marks on my bottom rear bumper... and about 3 scratchs about 6" long any ideas on how to get the rubber/paint off and hide those scratchs a little bit? my car is a light green color
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3M rubbing compound...You can do it by hand or by machine. Pour some on a rag and rub it into the paint until the marks are removed...Then wax over it....
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go find the lady and make her pay for the damage or maybe buff em out??
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if its light rubber marks u might be able to get it out with bug&tar remover, its worth a try.
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Stick with the 3 M rubbing compound.
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