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Old 10-26-2010, 03:35 PM
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Stan, a "bumper fixer" may or may not help...we had a very similar scrape on
the CEO's old Honda CR-V. The bumper/dent fixer, came highly rec'd, put some
product on, but it faded quickly. I kept applying Stoner's Trim Shine, Meguiars
Trim Shine, et al. Those prods would make it look good/ok for a while, but that
scrape was always "there" to me. Good luck with your fix and let us know what
you did.
BR, mD
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