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Hi there,

I just found out that I have a scuffed mark around my rear bumper which I can't remove it by wash or wax.
Would you guys help me with this ? I have no idea what is the cause of this mark and wonder who would do this to my beauty.

Thanks in advance.
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This stuff should work in seconds. i use it by my doors sills on my shoe scuff marks entering car

 

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or try this

 

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It doesn't look too bad. You need to use a polish, not wax. It looks scuffed/scratched so chances are the magic eraser won't work. Get yourself a small bottle of polish, one without fillers that will only mask the scratch meaning that it will reappear as soon as you wash the car again. Meguiars are usually a good brand to plumb for if you are new to polish
 

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Had some scuff/scratch marks on my rear bumper too. Used random orbit polisher and fine polish - now gone. Slightly deeper scratches barely noticeable and not seen from even 6 inch distance. If no machine polisher, fine car polish using muscle power should also do the trick. good luck
 

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You might want to try Meguiares Ultimate Compound. :smile:
It works quite well removing slight scuffs. :grin:
If you can get your nail in the scratch it may be too deep to polish out. :frown:
 

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Thanks for reply guys.
The surface still smooth except this mark is very identical and it's look more like a dirty mark by oilly hand except I can't feel any sticky or dirty on the surface.
I will let you guys know once I try to remove it this weekend.
I've got meguiar's deep crystal polish and scratch X2.0. Hopefully, one of these two can solve this.
 
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