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Old 06-05-2002   #1
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Okay.. pimp dakota sent me his bumper.. painted... the paint didnt chip.. but where it was folded and was hitting the inside of da box, there is this scuff(?) mark on der... it looks like it lost its shine.. CAN SOMEONE HELP ME on how to fix dis? Should i try to wax da car w/ meguilars liquid wax?
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Can you post a picture of the scuff?
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I dont have access to da digital camera rite now.. my sis got it in her room n she's sleepin... but it looks like its a scrape.. but it doesnt have a texture... i dunno how to describe it... it doesnt feel like a scratch... it just looks way duller than the rest...
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It just looks dull? If that is all it is, then try some Hand Glaze. You can use 3M hand glaze or Meguires #7 glaze.
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Well its not just DULL.. its like.. it doesnt shine at all.. u think hand glaze will stilll fix it? its like= rubbed on da box for a long time...
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If it appears "chaffed" then you should try a 3 stage buffing process.

1st buff w/ 1200 grit compound and a wool pad. Then wipe off with cloth baby diaper
2nd buff w/ 1500 grit compound and a wool pad. Then wipe off with cloth baby diaper
3rd buff w/ 2000 grit compound and a foam pad. Then wipe off with a micro fiber cloth

When this is complete, use a yellow wax to finsh it off, or you can take it to your local paint/body shop and have them do it.

The whole process should only take about 30-45 mins to complete.

Please note that you should keep your pad very moist. If it gets dry, it could remove what is left of the clear coat by process of over heating.
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