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Old 11-11-2012, 04:36 PM   #1
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Removing Buffs and Scraps

How could I remove buffs and scraps from my bumper and hood after a little accident?
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Rubbing and polishing compound.
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like what kind of stuff? brands?
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I'd used turtle wax premium grade running and polishing compound. Worked awesome for me
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Old 11-11-2012, 06:57 PM   #5
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I had a tiny scratch on my rear bumper, I used meguiars compound, then polish, then wax, helped a bit but if you look super close its still there. Nu Finish scratch doctor did not help as much.
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Old 11-11-2012, 10:10 PM   #6
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On my black cars I always use the TurtleWax Black Box. But you will want to wax your whole car, otherwise people are going to ask if you bought a new bumper.
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I love how you made a thread and it was moved so you made another one here haha
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I love how you made a thread and it was moved so you made another one here haha
+1. Admins are getting out of hand. Anyway what does wet sanding do to paint?
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+1. Admins are getting out of hand. Anyway what does wet sanding do to paint?
Usually done after applying clear coat. Takes away the "orange peel".

Then polish, wax/buff.
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Usually done after applying clear coat. Takes away the "orange peel".

Then polish, wax/buff.
So wet sand, then a polishing compound with the buffer? Then wax by hand/buffer
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