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I somehow managed to back my 2012 into a concrete post (must have had something to do with the combination of a dimly lit parking garage and sunglasses). I didn't hit it hard, but hard enough to scuff the grey plastic part of the bumper.
Any ideas on how I can clean it up?
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With all the talk of polish, I wanted to make sure of something. The scratches aren't on the paint, but the lower part of the bumper.
Powerman - I see that for some reason you're driving a Charger (haha, just kidding), but the Mustang guys should know what I mean. The lower part of the bumper is still plastic, but kind of textured. I don't really know how to describe it.
It looks like it shouldn't be polished, because of the texture and it's not shiny, but I'm not an expert.
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