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Removing Scratches And Paint


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hi all,

i accidentally rubbed against a yellow skip this morning. it has caused some scratches and paint transfer

BEFORE.jpg

after i tried cleaning it, it looks like this:

AFTER.jpg

my question is:

how can i remove the paint and smooth out the scratches? the bumper is plastic and paint non metallic

any help will be appreciated

btw i don't have or dont' have access to a DVA

thanks

:crying:

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thanks

so i should t-cut first, until the yellow paint dissapear? then polish. i think i need tips on how to actually apply the t=cut and polish

many thanks

btw i wont be attending ACE as im actually not well! i think i caught that winter virus :crying:

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with t cut you apply it in swirling circles with a good bit of pressure to start with then lessening the pressure as you progress.

You will feel what its doing, just make sure to have a clean cloth to wipe down after.

Dont be tempted to use too much tho

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1) thanks for your replies

2) i wish you all a happy safe xmas!

i caught that norovirus so im still recovering. once better i'll get some t-cut

many thanks again

feel free to post anymore tips

rishi :)

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