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Paint scuff

Detailers: So I clipped my daughter's scooter when pulling into the garage (she wasn't on it at the time ), and the plastic handle scuffed my paint. What's the best way to remove?
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Try a little rubbing compound followed by polishing compound on a clean car and wax when done, it'll take it right off.
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Re: Paint scuff

Great stuff for scuff removal and you can get it at any part store
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Thanks a lot guys. I cleaned with spray detailer, followed by the scratch x 2.0, followed by wax. Good as new.
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Re: Paint scuff

had the same issue. Thanks for the tip!
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