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My paint got mess up today on my bumper and need some help, thought i had more room than i did and was very hungover both of which lead to a bad result. Curious if anyone can help me make it look a little bit better.
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Should be able to sand it down and buff it. Maybe someone else will chime in that know's more about it
 

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You should be able to buff most of that out. The picture is a little blurry so hard to say without being there. Get yourself some ultrafine machine polish from the local paint store maybe even show em and see what they'd recommend. Personally I use 3m products and get them over at Napa.
 

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thank you guys i will report back once i get some time to attack it.
 

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i can try and get more pictures to
 

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Yea get some better pics but it looks to me in that pics that it may need some sanding to correct
 

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feel it, is it into the paint or just on the surface? if its just on the surface you can buff it out to the point where it's barely noticeable
 

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hopefully today i can get better pictures
 

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hopefully today i can get better pictures
Look here... You can buy the most powerful DA polisher and rotary buffers on the market... on a small area with the correct compound... with my palm... I'm like a god!

Meguiar's Ultimate Compound

Load up a (preferably a microfiber) towel and rub the fuck out of it. If you have hands like a man you'll do 10 fold what a DA type polisher will do. If you have hands like a girl... pretend like you're rubbing one off! Bottom line... If you can't live with what's left (which may be satisfactory) you'll probably need the services of a refinishing guy :favorites37:
 

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Look here... You can buy the most powerful DA polisher and rotary buffers on the market... on a small area with the correct compound... with my palm... I'm like a god!

Meguiar's Ultimate Compound

Load up a (preferably a microfiber) towel and rub the fuck out of it. If you have hands like a man you'll do 10 fold what a DA type polisher will do. If you have hands like a girl... pretend like you're rubbing one off! Bottom line... If you can't live with what's left (which may be satisfactory) you'll probably need the services of a refinishing guy :favorites37:

Haha I like it, so basically just buy that compound and rub the balls out of it or take my truck to you. Haha
 
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