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A few days ago, on my way to work, a damn F350 Superduty flung up a 2x4. I was able to swerve out of it's direct path, but it scuffed my right fender!! :oops: :oops: :oops: :(

the scuff is about 3/4" tall and about 3" long, just above my wheelwell.

Any suggestions on how to get the damn thing off? :-?
 

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rubbing compound, buffing, if that doesnt fix it then you gonna have to paint it or live with it....
 

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All right, no jokes about how my car is filthy! She's getting a bath tomorrow morning :D

And thank you for the suggestions. I will have to pick up some more rubbing compound... seeing how my dad's compound is like 4 years old and hard as a rock :(



 

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it will come out, I used compound on a mark left by a trailor hitch and it came right out
 

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Fishers Stang said:
umm I would use Meguiars rubbing compound or some 3M rubbing compound, I have found those work really well (thats for the normal person to buy) :headbang:
rubbing compoud is rubbing compound. I have used Turtle Wax for 20 years and it has not let me down. dont get caught up in the name game. I dont use Turtle wax autowax. When you are through buffing out the scuff wash the area and use a polishing wax. Most of the detailer and car people I know use turtle wax rubbing compound and it can be found anywhere cheap
 

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Danger Dude said:
Fishers Stang said:
umm I would use Meguiars rubbing compound or some 3M rubbing compound, I have found those work really well (thats for the normal person to buy) :headbang:
rubbing compoud is rubbing compound. I have used Turtle Wax for 20 years and it has not let me down. dont get caught up in the name game. I dont use Turtle wax autowax. When you are through buffing out the scuff wash the area and use a polishing wax. Most of the detailer and car people I know use turtle wax rubbing compound and it can be found anywhere cheap
OK dude, use what u want. I just gave what I use. I HATE turtle wax.. But what do I know.......... Thanks Meguiars, :p
 

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I would buy some 3M perfect it II rubbing compound (i dont have the exact number) but make SURE its clear coat safe, i used turtle wax compound and made my scratches FAR worse... just what ever you use make sure its not extremly abrasive, i would rather go over somethign 10 times with less abrasive than 1 time with a really abrasive compound.
 

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that not what i have but may be the same mine is old, it say 3M perfect it II polish compound clear coat safe, tis got a number on it but i am not at home. 3M makes good stuff.
 
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