Buff these scuff marks buff right out?

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  1. Fifafever

    Fifafever OT Supporter

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    Will these scuff marks buff right out?

    My garage has a fob entry and when I got close to the fob "box" I accidentally scraped it slightly. The lower part doesn't catch the nail but the upper part does, I don't think it can be made good as new but I'd like to remove the scuff marks at least. The car is a '00 Hyundai Accent. I took some pics with my cell so they're shitty but I'll get my camera later. Can you guys give me some recommendations? Thanks.

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    its a blurry picture but from what i can see, yes! pick up some meguiars scratch x and a microfiber towel and rub.. not hard, but not too light.. just take your time, little by little. you might not get all of it out, but it will look a lot better or almost not noticeable. if it doesnt get as much out as you like, invest in a rotary buffer or call a professional.. it should be about $40. oh, and since its black.. you might want to pick up a lighter polish if it marrs it too much. good luck!
     
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    The pics are so shitty that you can't tell the car is dark blue. :mamoru: Thanks, will pick up Scratch X and report back with results later.

    Oh and thread title is supposed to be "Will these scuff marks buff right out".:o
     
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    yea:mamoru:.. take it in the sun with a good camera next time if you can.. and remember young grasshopper, rub it not too hard and if you marr it.. not to worry. just follow it with a ligher polish.
     

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